Giant alligator casually saunters across South Carolina golf course

Giant alligator casually saunters across South Carolina golf course

A giant alligator interrupted a golf tournament in South Carolina on 27 March as it casually walked across the course at the Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic’s 10th Annual Celebrity Golf Invitational, according to this report by ABC News.The event was held at the Kiawah Island Club in South Carolina. A representative of the club stated that alligators often walk onto the courses before retreating back to the ponds. Mar 29, 2017
Death threats and racial abuse hurled at Iranian couple by man on New York subway

Death threats and racial abuse hurled at Iranian couple by man on New York subway

An Iranian couple using the subway in New York were verbally harassed by a fellow passenger as they rode the C train from Penn Station uptown, on Saturday 25 March.Mahsa, who asked for her last name to be withheld, posted this footage, in which a man is heard hurling abuse at her and her partner.She wrote on Facebook: “We noticed him getting on the train at 42nd St because he was looking at us hatefully and grumbling something under his breath. When the train got less crowded at 59th St, he started cursing loudly the whole way till 125th St.” Mar 29, 2017
Activists close Stanstead airport runway after surrounding ‘deportation plane’

Activists close Stanstead airport runway after surrounding ‘deportation plane’

Activists from the organisation End Deportations laid on the ground, chained to each other, at Stansted Airport on 28 March as they formed a blockade on the runway to stop a flight they said was deporting asylum seekers to Nigeria and Ghana.Flights were suspended at the airport, with a spokesperson telling the Guardian that eight flights were diverted to other airports in the London area. Mar 29, 2017
Watch a Boeing passenger jet go up in flames at Peru airport

Watch a Boeing passenger jet go up in flames at Peru airport

A Boeing 737-300 jet operated by Peruvian Airlines went up in flames upon landing at Francisco Carle Airport near the Andean town of Jauja in central Peru on Tuesday (28 March) after it veered off course on the runway. All 141 people on board were evacuated safely before the fire spread to the fuselage. No serious injuries were reported. The right wing of the plane scrapped the runway, which may have triggered the fire, Interior Minister Carlos Basombrio said. The incident took place at about 4.30pm local time (9.30pm GMT). Mar 29, 2017