August 14, 2022

Florida deputy forced to kill zoo's tiger after contractor places arm inside enclosure, gets attacked: reports

A Florida sheriff’s deputy was forced to shoot and kill a tiger at a zoo in Naples after a contractor who put his arm inside the animal’s enclosure without authorization was attacked, according to reports.  The contractor, a worker with a third-party cleaning crew for the zoo, was seriously hurt and taken to a hospital, […]

Tiger Woods Released from Hospital, Continuing Recovery from Car Crash

March 16 (UPI) — Golf star Tiger Woods said Tuesday he has returned to his South Florida home to continue recovering from a single-vehicle accident last month that left him with serious leg injuries. In a statement posted on social media, the 45-year-old Woods said he is “so grateful for the outpouring of support and encouragement that I have…

Rory McIlroy Hints that Tiger Woods Might Be Leaving the Hospital Soon

In an interview with late-night host Jimmy Fallon, pro golfer Rory McIlroy hinted that Tiger Woods may soon be leaving the hospital only a bit more than two weeks after his serious car accident. Woods was involved in a shocking, single-car accident on Feb. 23 in Los Angeles County, that left him with two broken…

The Sports World Reacts to Tiger Woods’ ‘Frightening’ Car Crash

The sports world began reacting immediately to news that golf legend Tiger Woods suffered a frightening single-car crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, with many offering their thoughts and prayers to Woods and his family. The Masters Tournament was one of the first to tweet out its hopes for Tiger’s quick recovery: “Tiger Woods…

Trump on Tiger Woods: ‘He’s Going to Be Back –

Tuesday, former President Donald Trump called into FNC’s “Fox News Primetime” to discuss professional golfer Tiger Woods’ crash in California.PAVLICH: Joining me now by phone, President Donald Trump. Mr. President, thank you so much for joining us tonight. DONALD TRUMP, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (via telephone): Hi, Katie. PAVLICH: Great to hear from…

‘Tiger King’ star Jeff Lowe cited by USDA inspectors over veterinary-care shortcomings

Federal authorities faulted Netflix’s “Tiger King” star and G.W. Zoo operator Jeff Lowe for multiple alleged veterinary care shortcomings and other issues at the exotic wildlife park, according to a newly unveiled inspection report.The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) document, dated June 22, also corroborates a whistleblower’s photos released by People for the Ethical Treatment…

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