Bean the dog isn’t bad, just a little lost. The adorable pug managed to slip away from her owner in Cape May, New Jersey, and was picked up by the police after officers spotted the pooch wandering around yards in the neighborhood. The Cape May Police Department brought the canine criminal back to the station and booked her, even posting a mugshot of the pug on the department’s Facebook page. Thanks to the shot, police were able to locate Bean’s owner and release the dog on bail, which, according to a subsequent Facebook post, was paid for in cookies. Take a look at this cute photo.
The newest viral video trend to stir up controversy has been dubbed the “Zoom Challenge.” The challenge is raising red flags for many parents due to its quick, whiplash-style movement that can result in kids banging their heads against hard surfaces. Set to rapper Lil Yachty’s song “Mickey,” many of the videos show small children — and even pets — alone in the frame while the lyrics, “Runnin’ through the packs like a track meet – ZOOM!” can be heard. At the word “zoom,” the children are then yanked off screen by their legs — and in some instances the movement happens so quickly, kid’s heads are striking the ground. Not good!
And we’re now learning that Aaron Rodgers had a terrifying experience with a shark last month when he was filming a segment for Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week,” which is set to air starting on July 22. According to Rodgers, his one-on-one experience with the shark took place just off the coast of San Diego, and it was just as terrifying as the picture we have makes it look. While the guides he was working with expected Aaron to encounter a white or small mako shark, he was approached by a blue shark instead, one that is much larger more aggressive. Rodgers says he put his hand on the sharks head and pushed him away…very gently! The Packers quarterback said things got so intense that he kind of blacked out.