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Goldfish survives being flushed down loo

August 21, 2009 | Comment icon 17 comments



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An unfortunate goldfish who was flushed down the toilet after its owner decided that it was on its last legs miraculously survived the trip through the waste system and was eventually rescued by sewage plant workers.
A goldfish which survived being flushed down the lavatory is enjoying a new lease of life today after being rescued from a sewage plant near East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire.


Source: Telegraph | Comments (17)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #8 Posted by Ashiene 13 years ago
i like the new design of the forum very neat and clean, but too white!
Comment icon #9 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: 13 years ago
Lucky fish.
Comment icon #10 Posted by www375 13 years ago
i like the new design of the forum very neat and clean, but too white! Yeah, I agree...........
Comment icon #11 Posted by Quill 13 years ago
Aw, poor fishie. Glad it's ok.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Bear's Quest 13 years ago
This story sounds a little to er huh Smelly.. no no, fishy yeah, fishy.
Comment icon #13 Posted by Faith is All 13 years ago
that fish has quite some luck dont you think.
Comment icon #14 Posted by Xammu 13 years ago
Don't they treat sewage with gamma rays?
Comment icon #15 Posted by LaptopLover 13 years ago
Don't they treat sewage with gamma rays? I don't think they will.
Comment icon #16 Posted by fawkes2 13 years ago
lucky fish.
Comment icon #17 Posted by jesspy 13 years ago
poor fishy amazing it made it that far


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