A little girl was bitten by a snake at petting zoo

This is the frightening second a little lady being bitten by a venomous snake on the face at a petting zoo. Viktoria, five, and her mom visited the Butterfly Park in Yekaterinburg, Russia when the occurrence occurred.

In a video shared by Russian media E1.Ru, staff individuals can be seen putting a little white snake around her neck.

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Little Viktoria anxiously remains in the room as she watches the reptile moving its head near her face. She then, at that point resiles in distress as the snake sinks its teeth on her jaw before a staff part removes the reptile.

Staff members were seen placing a snake around Viktoria's neck
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The name of the name was a hook-snouted rufous beaked snake from East Africa, as per reports. Also, it isn’t considered perilous to people however the young lady was taken to a clinic for treatment.

On this incident her father: “I went to pick up my wife and children, and they told me my daughter was bitten by a snake. We called an ambulance and took the child to hospital to be examined.”

He was told by the Zoo authorities said that the snake “does not attack people at all” and it most likely happened in light of the fact that Viktoria had contacted the chickens previously and that the snake found the scent.

Viktoria was in distress when the staff tried to pull the snake away from her face
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A snake expert said: Snakes are very sensitive to smell. If it was hungry, and the girl smelled of prey like chicks this might provoke the snake to bite her.”

The bite resembled a needle prick, and the venom was not strong. She called for petting zoos to be banned

People are this praising single gay dad as he adopted an ill child and raised an Olympic champion

People are praising a single gay dad who has adopted an all kid from Cambodia and raising him up to turn into an Olympic champion.

Jerry Windle never expected he’d become a dad after individuals disclosed to him that he couldn’t as a gay man, yet this late spring, he’s had the privilege of watching his adopted child contend in the Tokyo Olympics, per TODAY.

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He found that it was feasible to adopt a baby after reading an article in a magazine. The article opened up a chance for Jerry to adopt a baby from Cambodia, where there were no criteria that the kid requiring a mother.

According to TODAY Jerry said: “The story went on to talk about the close relationship between the father and his son, and something kind of clicked in my head … The article listed (the number of an adoption service) and so I called the number and I said ‘I just read an article, is it possible for a single person to adopt a child?’ and they said ‘Yes, it is.'”

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A couple of months later, he planned the trip to Cambodia where he visited the orphanage to adopt a child, at that time Jordan, who was experiencing some serious health issues from malnutrition, and some infections.

The pleased dad said that it was love at first sight for him and clarified that he had no clue then whether his adopted child will survive or not.

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But, he made a promise to the two-year-old that he will try his best that he never suffer again and he would also try his best to take care of him in the best possible way.

Jordan’s hard work and dedication put him at number 2 in the Olympic trials and procured himself a spot in Team USA’s diving group, yet unfortunately, Jerry couldn’t be there to applaud his child as a result of Covid limitations.

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But, Jerry’s story is currently seeing him hailed as a legend as well, and he’s being praised across social media platforms.

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Several people reacted to this story on social media:

One said: From one adoption parent to another, congratulations!! It must be an amazing feeling. You may not have changed the world, but you did change the world for one child.

A second one added: This is such a beautiful story. Congrats not just for the Olympics and the proudness but for finding each other, finding the absolute love. They are a real example

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Model said she is struggling to get a normal job because she is HOT

A model has revealed she can’t find an ‘ordinary’ job because she is very hot and every time she is going for interviews they are getting intimated.

Model Can't Get Get 'Normal' Job Due To ‘Being So Hot’

Amy Kupps, 32, had been working at a school teaching history to 13-14-year-olds, however says she had to stop when the school authorities discovered she additionally had an OnlyFans account.

From that point forward, she’s struggling to find a normal job, but her luck is not working.

She said: “Being so hot has always been a bit of an issue for me but I think now I’ve become so confident in myself I’m too intimidating for the guys who interview me.

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She added: “Prior to teaching I went for an interview for a job in a store and the manager had me come to his office. When I sat down, he did a double-take and got all flustered.

She continued: He kept staring at my chest and face, sweating uncontrollably and shaking and couldn’t think of questions to ask me. After a while the manager said he had to go to the toilet and when he stood up there was a huge bulge in his pants. When he came back, he abruptly ended the interview by saying I wasn’t qualified but ‘had I ever considered modelling’ as he thought I’d be good at that.”

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Kupps, who is from North Carolina, wasn’t too gutted at being turned down, saying she thinks the entire thing is ‘silly’. But, presently she needs to discover more long-lasting job along with her modelling

She further added: “It makes me feel even more confident knowing that my body has this effect on people – it’s almost like I cast a spell! It is tough not finding work after my teaching career ended but my OnlyFans has helped with that a bit.

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Parents responded to the trolls who claimed the baby was not theirs because of the light skin color

A couple responded to the stupid trolls who claimed that their baby was not theirs on the grounds that his skin tone is “excessively light.”

Father Marcos Davis, 30, was left shattered when he got hostile remarks in the wake of sharing an image of himself, his significant other Debora, and his newborn baby Noah at the maternity ward.

Marcos Davis with his wife Debora and newborn son Noah. Picture: Instagram
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Some individuals remarked on the child’s skin tone, others asserted there was a misunderstanding with one more child at the clinic, with one said “It is not possible for black parents to have white children.”

The happy father was at first excited to share the news on his baby to the world on August 19, in Goiânia, Brazil, reports G1.

Yet, he was left angry when people on social media started asking if he’s the baby’s real father or not and started trolling him on Instagram.

The dad said he received offensive comments after posting the picture. Picture: Instagram
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The baby’s father said: “We didn’t imagine going through this, but unfortunately we are speaking out with a broken heart to expose a very unpleasant situation that is happening to us, On Thursday 19/08 our son was born and we made a post on our feed to share his arrival.

“We’ve been getting some offensive comments in the post and sarcastic private messages.’’

The father proceeded by clarifying he has been married to his wife for a very long time and that she is his only wife and he is her only husband. He said that he was there at all during the delivery that is from entering the maternity ward until discharge.

The family said they decided not to file any complaint. Picture: Instagram
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He added that based on genetics it isn’t inconceivable for dark guardians to have a baby with lighter skin.

He further added: We didn’t want to expose ourselves and expose our son that way. But this is unacceptable, it is disrespectful, it is inhumane, Don’t use your hands, your fingers and your mouth to hurt, to attack others through ridiculous remarks like these.

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Newly married couples send $240 bill who were no-shows for their wedding ceremony

Recently a newly married couple has shared the receipt they sent to wedding guests who no-showed their wedding and explained the reason behind this action.

Doug Simmons, 44, and Dedra McGee (now Simmons), 43, of Chicago. When reached by The Post, the groom admitted that yes, he got a "little petty — but I am not some trifling person who is going to bill somebody."
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As revealed by the New York Post, newly married couple Simmons and Dedra McGee (presently Simmons) chose to take an action after spending a huge amount on their wedding day – just to have certain visitors never show up.

Doug, 44, initially shared a screen capture of the receipt to his Facebook page, alongside the subtitle: “DON’T BE OFFENDED WHEN I SEND THIS #INVOICE TO YOU. IT’S GONNA LOOK SOMETHING LIKE THIS. I’LL BE SENDING IT VIA EMAIL AND CERTIFIED MAIL… JUST IN CASE YOU SAY YOU AIN’T GET THE EMAIL […] #PETTYPOST”.

The couple revealed to The Post that their wedding day occurred in Jamaica at the Royalton Negril Resort and Spa, where they spent out $120 per visitor.

May be an image of text that says "Doug Dedra Wedding Reception Royalton Negril No Call, Show Guest INVOICE Item Invoice 0000001 Service Description Invoice Date 08/18/2021 Due Date Wedding Reception Dinner (No Show) 09/18/2021 Unit Price Quantity Amount 2.00 NOTES: This invoice being sent The amount wouldn't attendance Zelle or PayPal. Please reach out because you confirmed s(s) ndividual seats. amount and let know which method wedding reception during Final didn't give proper notice that () advance. pay via payment works for you. Thank you! Subtotal Total Amount Paid 240.00 Balance 00 0.00 $240.00"
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But, after certain visitors selected to flake out, the Chicago couple chose to look for money compensation – invoicing the missing visitors for a sum of $240 to take care of the expenses ($120 for them and $120 for their plus ones).

Doug Simmons, 44, and Dedra McGee (now Simmons), 43, of Chicago
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A note on the bill reads: “This invoice is being sent to you because you confirmed seat(s) at the wedding reception during the Final Headcount Because you didn’t call or give us proper notice that you wouldn’t be in attendance, this amount is what you owe us for paying for your seat(s) in advance. You can pay via Zelle or PayPal. Please reach out to us and let us know which method of payment works for you. Thank you!”

The receipt promptly went viral on Twitter, some people even raised the question whether it is genuine or fake. However, subsequent to addressing The Post, Doug and 43-year-old Dedra have affirmed that the receipt is genuine.

Doug disclosed to The Post: that the flake-outs “made [him] feel some kind of way”. Four times we asked, ‘Are you available to come, can you make it?,; and they kept saying ‘Yes,'” We had to pay in advance for Jamaica — this was a destination wedding.”

Several people reacted to this incident:

One said: Nah, this is petty. You create a budget for any event in advance. Either you can afford it if everyone shows up or not. No shows at a wedding might be personally hurtful but guests don’t owe you shit.

A second one added: Everyone here knows that they don’t actually want the $240 right? If you are throwing a destination wedding at a resort on one of the most beautiful beaches on earth… it’s most certainly not about the money. This is a public F*ck Off + friendship over notice to a former friend

While a third one said: Imagine, having a wedding in a pandemic. Then sending invoices to those who didn’t show. I swear this letter would be the last time I ever contacted them as a friend.

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