The man who tried to shoot seven puppies was himself shot when one of the dogs put its paw on his .38-caliber revolver’s trigger.
Jerry Allen Bradford, 37, was holding two puppies — one in his arms and another in his left hand — when the dog in his hand wiggled and put its paw on the trigger. The gun then discharged, the sheriff’s report said.
Bradford said he decided to shoot the 3-month-old shepherd-mix dogs in the head because he couldn’t find them a home, according to the sheriff’s office.
In the charge statement, the city attorney said that the puppy did not have a gun permit which is a violation of Florida state law. A bail bond for the puppy has not been set as of this morning.
MIAMI, Florida (The Adobo Chronicles) – In last Sunday’s Miss Universe Pageant held in Doral, Florida, Miss Colombia Paulina Vega beat 87 other contestants to win the coveted crown. Miss U.S.A. was first runner-up. It all boiled down to the Q&A portion during which members of the celebrity panel of judges asked a question of the final five finalists.
Miss U.S.A. Nia Sanchez picked Filipino world champion boxer, and here is the full transcript of that nerve-wracking moment:
Pacquiao: “If you were given 30 seconds to deliver a message to a global terrorist, what would you say?”
Miss U.S.A. : If I happen to meet a global terrorist, I would not say a thing. I would just punch him in the face and hopefully knock him down like you do with your opponents in the boxing ring!”
The rest is history. Miss U.S.A. lost the crown to Miss Colombia.
DORAL, Florida (The Adobo Chronicles) – The 63rd edition of the Miss Universe Pageant concludes tonight with the finals in which Gabriela Isler of Venezuela will crown her successor.
Just hours before the televised event, The Adobo Chronicles has confirmed that one of the 88 contestants is a transgender woman. And it is not Miss Canada.
Many will recall the big controversy that rocked the past Miss Universe Canada Pageant when Jenna Talackova was thrown out of the contest before being allowed to compete again, with the blessing of Donald Trump. Talackova was initially disqualified because she was not born a woman. It took the threat of a lawsuit from Talackova and her celebrity attorney Gloria Allred to change Trump’s mind.
Which of the 88 ladies is a transgender woman? Could she win the coveted crown?
Watch for the great reveal tonight at 8pm Eastern time or its equivalent in time zones worldwide.