Not sure what year ...
Nov 1, 2004
Zoo staff set up makeshift fences to contain the wild beast. If it was not a drill, the animal would be shot with a tranquilizer and quickly moved back to its cage habitat.
The annual costumed rehearsal is a favorite spectacle for zoo goers. Last year, the zoo practiced capturing a man dressed as an escaped polar bear.
All of the drills have been successful, zoo officials.
The couple were hoping to watch Doris Day in The Pajama Game
We watched it until the end because we couldn't believe what we were seeing
Alan and Anne Leigh-Browne, from Wellington, Somerset, had been expecting to enjoy The Pajama Game.
Instead they were confronted by Italian sex film - Tettone che Passione, which translates Breasts, What a Passion.
"Some topless young women appeared and started talking in Italian... it's not what you expect from a Doris Day film," Mr Leigh-Browne said.
Retired doctor Mr Leigh-Brown, 67, said he picked up the film, which was sealed in plastic wrapping, for £2.99 from the bargain bin of a Safeway supermarket in Taunton.
The couple, regular attendees at their local Baptist church, settled down with a cup of tea to watch the 1957 musical which has a U (universal) certificate.
"It was a pretty raunchy, explicit film, it certainly pulled no punches," Mr Leigh-Browne said.
"My wife and I were very shocked but we watched it until the end because we couldn't believe what we were seeing.
"The film became progressively more graphic, there was no plot to it, it was just sex."
Alan and his wife Anne, 60, a retired teacher, complained to Safeway the next day and all copies of The Pajama Game were removed from the store.
The Twelve Principles are:
1. Don’t Look for It
2. It’s Not Lost—You Are
3. Remember the Three C’s
4. It’s Where It’s Supposed to Be
5. Domestic Drift
6. You’re Looking Right at It
7. The Camouflage Effect
8. Think Back
9. Look Once, Look Well
10. The Eureka Zone
11. Tail Thyself
12. It Wasn’t You
This light hearted theme originated in the UNICYCLING QUARTERLY magazine put out by the International Unicycling Federation in the 1980s and later appeared in On One Wheel from the Unicycling Society of America. It features humorous photos of things that are not advisable to do on, with or near unicycles.