A pensioner from Belgium has a less common harassment: for 9 years, pizza has been delivered to his door every day, but he does not know who orders them on his behalf. If you find it a pleasure to receive this culinary preparation so loved by some, well, find out that the old man ended up terrified and called the police.
For almost a decade, Jean van Landeghem has received tons of pizza. He is horrified only when he utters this word, and when he hears the delivery man's car and the doorbell coming, he is already beginning to tremble. "One is delivered to me every day, sometimes even at 2 at night. The peak was last year when one day I received no less than 10 deliveries. At one of them, the courier was holding 14 boxes ", said the pensioner.
The vendors, who work with dozens of restaurants, began to know the pensioner's address. "When I got here, I realized that I had at least five more delivery orders from different restaurants," said the pizza boy. Because he always refuses orders, the man does not have to pay for them, but the bill is charged to the delivery services.
The 65-year-old retiree, a former construction worker, does not know who and why he orders pizza and has made several complaints to the police. The Belgian journalists asked the law enforcement officers why they are not investigating the IP address from which the order is placed, but they only stated that they have started an investigation.
This is what the school looks like during the coronavirus pandemic . What rules should students in Germany follow?
The pandemic that took over 250,000 lives in just four months and contaminated over 3.7 million earthlings turned everything upside down! On Monday, May 4, schools in Germany opened their doors. But the traditional noise during breaks did not resound in the hallways. The children obeyed the rules imposed by the COVID-19 terror.
Before the pandemic, school and high school courtyards resounded with the merry laughter of children. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ordered schools and high schools to open on May 4, after closing their doors in early March.
But the children discovered a rigid environment, in which the rules imposed by the measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus put play, jokes and childhood in the background. The 10th grade students at the Schillerschule in Ettlingen have been preparing for exams since last week. On Monday, May 4, the little ones from the gymnasium and primary school also showed up at the same school.
The hallways of the school were marked with yellow stripes and posters with strict instructions were mounted on the walls: keeping a distance of 1.5 meters, using face masks, gloves and regular hand washing.
According to Deutsche Welle, only children in the final grades were able to go to school on May 4, to avoid the congestion of educational institutions. The benches for two students were used for one child and the whole school is subjected to a strict disinfection ritual performed at three key times of the day: in the morning, at noon, between shifts and in the evening. At the entrance to the classrooms, pumps with alcohol-based disinfectants were installed.
The fear in the souls of parents who send their children to school is indescribable. And in China, primary and secondary schools opened their doors on April 27. Even high school students were able to return to campuses on April 27, and students will resume classes on May 11. The rules for distancing and preventing the spread of the new coronavirus are strictly observed. In primary school, parents made children's one meter long sticks to be worn as "wings" on the back that would force other classmates not to get closer than a meter.
Dogs performed many important operations, which contributed to the salvation of soldiers in the war. About what operations were assigned to animals Bemorepanda is ready to surprise you.
Intelligence activities could not do without dogs: dogs escorted scouts behind enemy lines, avoiding ambushes, traps and other secrets of the battlefield.
Animals worthily performed the work of watchmen, soundlessly indicating the appearance on the horizon of the enemy by pulling a leash and turning the body in the right direction.
Known merits of dogs in the field of sabotage. So they caused the enemy some logistic problems, undermining bridges and trains. In addition, the four-legged gave their lives to inflict heavy damage on enemy war machines.
Specially trained dogs, during the war, sought out seriously wounded soldiers in hard-to-reach places and brought orderlies to them.
The difficult situation greatly complicated the usual communication, so dogs were used to convey reports. For all the time they delivered more than 120,000 reports and paved 8,000 km of telephone wire.
The task of no less importance is to find an explosive device planted by the enemy, which the four-legged animals did very well.
The administrative coordinator Keri Nelson from the American station Palmer and Robert Taylor from the British Rothera base in Antarctica spoke about life on the only continent that was not affected by the coronavirus pandemic, reports CNN.
According to the coordinator, now on the mainland everyone is happy to be in a place that is not at risk due to an epidemic that has swept the whole world.
Moreover, Nelson feels guilty for the fact that she can not be near loved ones at the time of the impending threat. The coordinator, along with colleagues, monitors what is happening in the world.
At the same time, Robert Taylor shares with the agency his thoughts that at first he did not think about the situation seriously, but now he understands how the whole world has changed due to the pandemic.
Now, according to the field guide, he has more freedom than he would at home. The Briton emphasizes that he and his colleagues were lucky to be in Antarctica, where they can safely continue to work.