Local Dads Organize And Sell Out "Dad Joke" Comedy Night (FAKE)
Topless Female Protester Crashes Donald Trump's Motorcade (REAL)
A restaurant in Melbourne, Australia is being roasted online for offering customers a... unique dining experience. In what seems like an attempt to promote farm-to-table dining values, the restaurant’s tables are covered with a sheet of turf…. And we’re not talking astroturf – it’s real grass and dirt.
- The original poster, SkyUnderMyFeet, is just wondering about the logistics of the tables. “Does someone water the tables?” the user wrote. “Like halfway through the meal, they bring out a sprinkler?”
- Another user isn’t wondering at all, they’ve concluded it’s just plain gross. “Dirt is dirty,” the person wrote. “It belongs on the ground, not the dinner tables. It’s disgusting.”
- Redditor RoboSquirrel thinks it could be useful… if the customers were animals. “I think it’s a restaurant for cows,” the user wrote. “I think this is where my food goes out to eat.”
An Instagram user, @BrownCardigan, also got a hold of the photo and posted it along with a lengthy rant against the city itself for being too pretentious. “We get it. You are the brains-trust capital of Australia for self-gratifying, capitalist ethics,” the person wrote. “Can you please stop trying to one up yourselves?... How is that hygienic?”
People Aren't Thrilled About Restaurant's Grass-Covered Tables (REAL)
A pair of topless female protesters have reportedly been arrested after crashing President Donald Trump’s motorcade in Paris, France yesterday. In a video, one of the women can be seen running into the street with her top off as the procession passed by before being apprehended by police.
The women reportedly jumped the railing and bolted into the street as the vehicles made their way down the city’s Champs-Elysees [[ shawns eh-lee-zay ]] avenue with “Fake Peacemaker” written on their chests. While they got pretty close, they didn't stay there for long before being pulled away by groups of policemen. The Paris-based radical feminist groupFEMEN has claimed responsibility for the stunt, a group known for their topless protests against social and political issues like sexism, racism and homophobia.
Their leader, Inna Shevchenko, took to Twitter after the incident to explain (and this is translated from French) that the protest was meant to “denounce the hypocrisy of this November 11th [Armistice Day], which celebrates peace with the greatest dictators, racist, homophobic, sexist and anti-liberty [leaders] of the planet.” In a follow-up tweet, she wrote (in English this time), “And we are not sorry, Mr. President.”