Dear Readers. I think you’ll agree when I say that this world doesn’t need more news. What this world needs is more news coloring pages. To that end, this blog has taken it upon itself to provide coloring pages for today’s true news stories gleaned from around the world.
London’s Most Adorable Pyromaniacs:
A pigeon in South London who brought a lit cigarette into his nest at the top of an apartment building started a highly dangerous blaze that caused the evacuation of 9 people.
Richard Scroggs, who runs The Old Post Office Bakery in Landor Road, was quoted as saying, “Smokers. What can you say? I’m glad I gave it up.”
Investigators are on the look out for any pigeons seen smoking or chewing Nicorette gum.
A Careless Dog
A careless dog caused a fire when it jumped on the kitchen counter and accidentally or purposely hit the controls on a toaster resulting in a fire.
To determine if the dog activated the toast on purpose or by mistake, authorities are analyzing the crumbs found on the dog’s face to determine if they were indeed toast crumbs.
London’s Most Adorable Pyromaniac Coloring Page
Girl Chased by Huge Group of Rabbits and Lives to Tell the Tail
During World War II, eight rabbits were used to test mustard gas on the Japanese island of Okunoshima. Since then, the rabbit population has expanded to the point where it is virtually impossible to walk down the road without being stampeded by cotton tails.
Just ask Yu Yu Lam who got chased by a stampede of rabbits so large, she made national news!
Yu Yu Lam Coloring Page
A Fisheries Officer Witnesses Bigfoot on the Canadian Shoreline
Fisheries officer, Luke Swan Jr., spotted a huge, strange animal crouched down at the side of the water just as he was boarding his boat to push off from the Canadian shoreline.
“It was probably eight or nine feet tall. When I saw it, it scared me,” Swan stated. He later returned to the site with his father where they found a series of large tracks measuring 16″ long and 9″ across.
Big Foot Coloring Page:
And there you have it, Dear Readers! Happy Coloring!
Until next time . . . I love you