Tuesday, October 6, 2015

FAMED STICK MAN FEARED LOST IN LOG JAM

THE MOST NOTABLE CHARACTER NEXT TO SMILEY FACE, STICKMAN WAS SWEPT AWAY IN A GIANT LOG JAM MONDAY.... FEARED LOST

BRIDGEPORT

Stick Man, in recent photo
Art Fisher, 43, of Bridgeport, cried for the first time in thirty years on Monday. His favorite character of all times, Stickman, age unknown, was literally swallowed up in a log jam on the Big Fuchin (Fu Chin) River. 
"I can't believe it!" Fisher cried.  "I took him down to the river so he could see where his ancestors came from and before I could stop him he jumped onto a log and tried to make his way across the river."

Sheriff department officials were called, but there was little anyone could do, as the log jam in the river made rescue attempts almost impossible.  Mr. Fisher made one last frantic attempt to rescue the tiny bark covered figure, but failed when the pole he was using snapped in half before Stickman could grab it.  "I saw his little round face," Fisher told OFF THE WALL NEWS.  "Expressionless as always, but it was obvious, he didn't want to be shredded between the much larger logs. My pole snapped just as he grabbed for it and in the next instant, he was pulp! It was just awful!" 
Fisher's last frantic attempt to rescue Stickman from the log jam
Further investigation showed that the wood looking pole Fisher was using was really made of plastic and came from China. Upon hearing this, Fisher became so upset, he had to be sedated and buckled into the back of his van.

Officials plan to drag the river next Spring for the little stick figure and if he did somehow survive, hope the log jam didn't take him down river.  OFF THE WALL NEWS  will be there to report the latest.


 


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