Posted by sean on April 6, 2019 at 11:52 pm in Animals, Have I Got News For You with No Comments


This evening I am depressed. Depressed because my football team, Leeds United, have let me down once again – losing a stupid, but crucial match. I can’t even console myself with Bath City’s result, as they lost too!

I’m not going to waste your time or mine, by moaning anymore today, about how 11 men in shorts have ruined my weekend. Instead, I’ll blog about a story I found on Twitter, which temporarily eased my melancholy…

I was cheered up, when I read that a man had been killed.

Before you all judge me, there’s a story behind this…

Now do you see why I was less than sympathetic? The man was trying to illegally murder an animal threatened with extinction.

I’m not celebrating the fact a man has died, but if I had to choose for either an illegal poacher or an innocent animal to be killed, I would pick the poacher.

Anyway, I think Babar enjoyed taking his revenge. He even had an attempt at cooking the hapless hunter…

Aslan certainly appreciated Babar’s efforts…

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