News from the Natural World: Drunk Hippo Destroys Central Manchester after Refusing Lockdown Curfew.
News from the Natural World: A Drunk Hippo has destroyed Central Manchester after refusing to abide by the lockdown curfew. A drunken Hippo has gone on a destructive rampage all across Central Manchester. The incident took place in the early hours of yesterday morning. The damage has been described as utterly catastrophic. CCTV footage captured the Hippo going absolutely berserk and destroying everything in sight. It crashed into phone boxes, pummelled bollards and even squashed a pigeon. People struggled to get out of the way of the rampaging behemoth. But what the bloody hell was a Hippo doing in Central Manchester? More importantly why was it out after the 10.00 pm Coronavirus curfew? The Platypus managed to secure an interview with the Hippo. His name was Herbert. Herbert said he couldn’t remember the entire incident in Central Manchester. He was embarrassed when we showed him the videos. Not only could he not remember the destruction in Manchester his memory was hazy as to how he got there. He could vaguely remember getting on a train at London Euston. Other than that it was a blur. In addition, he said he would never break Coronavirus curfew and had done everything he could to abide by the rules. So what had happened, how did Herbert end up in Manchester on his drunken rampage?