Cheese lovers, brace yourselves: â€śCheese can sack your health.â€ť
Thatâ€™s the message on a billboard near Wisconsinâ€™s Lambeau Field, home of the NFLâ€™s Green Bay Packers. And yes, that is the same state that leads the United States in cheese production.
A nonprofit based in Washington, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, posted the anti-cheese billboard on Tuesday after conquering some legal issues.
The poster was initially going to depict the grim reaper wearing a cheesehead hat, with the words â€śWarning: Cheese can sack your health,â€ť to alert passersby who saw the billboard â€“ who would ideally be football fans, according to PCRM.org. However, FoamationÂ Inc., the company that manufactures cheeseheadÂ hats, threatened a copyright lawsuit, forcing the organization to remove the cheesehead from its poster, according to the nonprofitâ€™s website.
â€śWeâ€™re happy,â€ť Foamationâ€™s office manager Denise Kaminski told â€śThe Chippewa Herald,â€ť a newspaper based in Wisconsin. â€śThe cheesehead is a fun thing, so weâ€™re glad that has happened.â€ť
A wild elephant trampled a man to death in Mysore, India, Wednesday, creating panic in the city.
Four elephants bore through the city around 6 a.m., straying from the town of Tirumakudalu Narsipura, about 35 kilometers (21 miles) from Mysore, according to The Times of India. One elephant was seen trampling to death a 55-year-old security guard at a bank ATM. The elephant also attacked a cow in the market and a moving bus in the street.
â€śThe forest guards and officials from the Mysore zoo were alerted,â€ť State Higher Education Minister S.A. Ramdas told the Times. â€śThey rushed to the spot to control the jumbos by tranquilizing them.â€ť
Two of the more destructive elephants were tranquilized, the Times reported, citing local officials. One barged into a womenâ€™s college compound and roamed the grounds while the other wreaked havoc in a residential area.
As a precaution, schools and colleges were closed for the day and extra police deployed.