In Scotland found Loch ness monster, entangled in plastic bags
Employees of the Museum-reserve on Loch ness discovered late in the evening a monster that was entangled in a pile of plastic debris. Arrived at the scene rescuers released the beast and gave first aid. Nessie, as the Scots call him, was taken by cargo helicopter to the hospital in Salisbury, where the leading specialist-Loch ness doctor Frank Stein.
The story gave rise to rumors and gossip on social networks. The representative of the Museum, Jeremy Fox commented to the press what happened: “the Life of the Loch ness monster is not in danger. Rescuers brought the beast to Dr. Stein, who spent a week of therapy. Salisbury city hospital is famous for its high level of specialists, and we are grateful for their help. The Loch ness monster has already returned to its native lake. We invite everyone to visit Loch ness and see for themselves the good health of Nessie. Unfortunately, this story is overgrown with various kinds of inventions, behind which the main problem is lost – the pollution of animal habitats.”
Employees of the Museum refused to publish pictures of the rescue operation and the Nessie, citing non-working surveillance cameras. Loch ness monster is on the list of rare and specially protected