Woman Smacks Pet Crocodile on the Head with Goose

13 November 2023

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A woman has fended off her pet crocodile by smacking it on the head with a goose, says Sky News host James Macpherson.

Nicola Collins’ pet ‘Fat Boy’, a 3.5-metre-long albino crocodile, was gifted to her husband Weed as “payment for a concreting job”.

Ms Collins was one day skinning a goose not far from the crocodile when it smelt the goose and went “lunging” for it, Mr Macpherson said.

“She takes the goose, she bangs the crocodile on the head with the goose and then she throws the goose into the pond and the crocodile turns, leaps into the pond to go after the goose.

“Nicola has now gotten rid of Fat Boy.”


Originally published at Sky News. Photo by Pixabay.


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  1. Jim Twelves 13 November 2023 at 9:27 am - Reply

    James, thanks for bringing a smile to my dial!

  2. Hmg 13 November 2023 at 9:58 am - Reply

    who was the goose exactly and what was done to the crocodile?? its the ignorance, greed and hate of humans that hurt animals. not the other way around.

  3. Leonie Robson 13 November 2023 at 4:43 pm - Reply

    love your work!

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