Letterkenny Town Council is sending a team of exterminators to a house after complaints by a family that their house is infested with mice left behind by a woman who bred the rodents to feed her pet python snake.The woman has since left James Larkin Court in the Oldtown area but hundreds of mice have been left behind.Mum and daughter Sheila and Lisa Wright’s lives have been made hell since their neighbour moved out leaving hundreds of mice breeding out of control in the house next door. But since the woman left with pet snake Lucifer three months ago, the mice have multiplied and have infested several homes on the estate.Horrified Lisa said their troubles only began when their neighbour moved out taking her snake and other animals with her.“We didn’t have any problems before this. It’s only since she moved out that this has happened. She had all sorts of animals including the snake, two turtles, three dogs, hamsters and the mice.“There are at least five houses on the estate now that are crawling with mice,” she said. One of the worst moments for the mum and daughter came a few days ago when mum Sheila went to make herself some toast for breakfast when a mouse popped out of it!“I had only bought the new toaster and I had to throw it out. The sight of the mouse coming out of it and running along the top of the worktop will stay with me for the rest of my life,” she said.Another neighbour revealed how council workers recently removed an old mattress from the garden of the former neighbour and it was literally “crawling with mice.”Now Lisa thinks their problems could be getting worse and they could now even have rats.“I have heard noises and they’re not just mice unless they’re wearing boots. Also the bin in my room was knocked over and a mouse wouldn’t be able to do that,” she said. Lisa and her mum are now out a fortune setting dozens of mousetraps and buying bottles of disinfectant to keep their house clean.They suspect the mice are coming in from a gap behind their sink but despite contacting the local town council, they have heard nothing yet.They are even spending most of their time eating out because they can’t stomach eating at home surrounded by mice.“We just can’t eat at home anymore. The thought of eating in that kitchen is making us sick. It’s costing us a fortune eating out,” added Sheila. EndsSNAKES ALIVE! FAMILY’S TERROR AS HOUSE IS INFESTED BY MICE LEFT BEHIND BY NEIGHBOUR AND HER PET PYTHON was last modified: April 22nd, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:letterkennypythonsnake
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The crew of host Joel Penhorwood, Ty Higgins, Dale Minyo, and Matt Reese bring this week’s podcast from the 2017 Farm Science Review (recorded on Monday before FSR got underway, September 19-21).The Farm Science Review always one of Ohio agriculture’s biggest events from year to year. For visitors to the 2017 Review, Ty talked with Matt Sullivan, general manager of the Molly Caren Agricultural Center, about this year’s FSR and what to know.The Review is known as a key time to check out the latest innovations in agriculture, especially from the equipment side. In that spirit, Joel visited with Scott Brown, territory manager with Geringhoff, about the Truflex Razor draper combine header — just one of the amazing pieces of equipment in action during the field demonstrations.And while agriculturalists from all around are visiting the FSR outside of London, Ohio, the event also serves as a good time to show non-agricultural folks the modern world of farming. Matt’s talk with Lance Westcamp, mayor of Groverport and farmer himself, highlights that need to communicate agriculture to newer generations becoming further disengaged with how food and fiber are produced.All that and more, including the crew celebrating Ty’s 40th birthday, on the 26th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, courtesy of AgriGold. More at agrigold.com.
About 300 people of West Tripura district, who had fled the area after their homes were torched and looted over the alleged molestation of a girl, said on Saturday that they were scared to return.They alleged that the looting and ransacking of their houses in Lalit Bazaar locality under the Ranir Bazaar police station limit was instigated by Revenue Minister and prominent tribal leader N.C. Debbarma.Mr. Debbarma, president of the Indigenous People’s Front Tripura (IPFT), declined to comment on the charge. Prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the Cr.PC was promulgated in the area for 48 hours from 8 a.m. on Saturday, Sub-divisional Magistrate Subhasish Bandopaddhyaya said.A group of tribal youths started torching and looting houses only after the Minister’s visit on Friday, said the villagers who have taken shelter in a school. “The ransacking and looting of our houses started only after N.C. Debbarma visited the spot. He came here at 9 a.m. and looting of our houses started around an hour later,” 50-year-old Samena Khatun alleged.Scared to returnSulekha Khatun, aged 45, said, “My house was set ablaze, my belongings looted. I do not want to return. Let the police shoot me dead. I will not return.” The conflict began when a girl, along with her boyfriend, had come to Ranir Bazaar area on Thursday from a nearby locality to see Durga idols there and four youths allegedly molested her and snatched her phone. The girl and boy went back to their locality and returned with a large group of people who tried to attack the houses of those who reportedly molested the girl. The four accused were arrested on Friday but the attack on the village continued. A large contingent of police has been deployed in the area.
India Today Mind Rocks, the country’s eagerly awaited youth event, is coming to rock Delhiites once again on September 17. This time the youth summit will be hosted at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi.The Mind Rocks 2016 will be attended by heart-throb Varun Dhawan, Bollywood queen Kangana Ranaut, rising star Sushant Singh Rajput, singing sensation Ankit Tiwari, India’s Olympic pride Sakshi Malik and the suave politician Sachin Pilot. Superstar Amitabh Bachchan is also expected to participate in the event.The summit will also see achievers, leaders and newsmakers through the day including JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, musical artist Ginni Mahi, singer Kaveri Kapur, So You Think You Can Dance winner Alisha Behura, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champ Keshav Tyohar, East India Comedy’s Sorabh Pant, The Bombay Shaving Company’s Shantanu Deshpande, Craftsvilla’s Manoj Gupta, Chumbak’s Vivek Prabhakar, Aam Aadmi Party spokesman and treasurer Raghav Chaddha, Congress’s national in-charge for communications Randeep Singh Surjewala, Minister of State for health and family welfare Anupriya Patel, YRF web series star Angira Dhar, social media sensation Rickshawali (aka Anisha), All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president and MP Asaduddin Owaisi and BJP MP Subramanian Swamy.Mind Rocks is an event designed especially for the youth. It is a forum that allows bright young minds to meet and interact with their favourite icons in an open two-way conversation. This event provides an interactive platform where youngsters get a chance to meet and interact with the country’s biggest icons from all fields. It’s a festival that celebrates ideas, music and art by recognising the best in the field and also giving youth a stage to create, perform and engage. The past 10 summits have been very successful with the participation of celebrities such as Priyanka Chopra, Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, Siddharth Malhotra, Ekta Kapoor, Chetan Bhagat, Rabbi Shergill, Kiran Bedi, Abhinav Bindra, Kapil Dev, Yuvraj Singh, Mary Kom, Papon, Honey Singh, Hard Kaur, Badshah, Anil Kumble and many more.advertisementThe 11th Mind Rocks will be held in the Weightlifting Indoor Auditorium of Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. Like previous years, this edition too will see top politicians, businesspersons, sports personalities and film stars sharing their success stories and discussing issues of national interest with the audience.Youngsters between the age of 15 and 32 can register at www.indiatodaymindrocks.com .