Pig Roast Snow Globe
Tourist Captured by Two Pigs, Served as Main Course at Hawaiian Luau
In a bizarre twist of fate, a male tourist was captured by two pigs on a Hawaiian beach and served as the main course at a traditional luau. The incident occurred on Tuesday evening when the tourist, whose identity has not been released, was strolling on the beach when he encountered the two pigs.
According to eyewitnesses, the tourist tried to run away, but the pigs chased him down and pinned him to the ground. The tourist screamed for help, but there was no one around to save him.
The pigs then dragged the tourist to a nearby cave, where they cooked him alive and served him as the main course at a traditional luau. The luau was attended by several tourists and locals, who were unaware that the meat they were consuming was human.
The incident has shocked the Hawaiian community and has raised questions about the safety of tourists on the island. Local authorities are investigating the incident and are urging tourists to be cautious when encountering wild animals.
"This is a tragic and unfortunate incident," said a spokesperson for the Hawaii Tourism Authority. "We are working closely with local authorities to ensure the safety of our tourists and to prevent such incidents from happening in the future."
The two pigs, who have been identified as wild boars, are still on the loose, and local authorities are warning people to be careful when approaching them.
In the meantime, the tourist's family is in shock and has issued a statement asking for privacy during this difficult time. "We are devastated by this tragedy and ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time," the statement read.
This incident serves as a reminder that while Hawaii is a beautiful and exotic destination, it is also home to dangerous wild animals, and tourists should take precautions to avoid encounters with them.
Globe: Mouth-blown glass | Purified Water | Glycerine | Ethylene Glycol (anti-freeze)
Sculpture & Base: Hand-cast resin | Hand Painted
Even though there's a small amount of natural antifreeze (ethylene glycol) to help from turning it into an ice globe, you should still keep it above freezing temperatures. In other words, don't put it in the freezer or take it with you shopping on the tundra.
Do not leave in direct sunlight, as the magnification effect could cause a fire.
Bringing new meaning to the word "captivating," this scene presents two pigs carrying a man tied to a pole, ready to be served as the main course at a luau. It's sure to be a conversation starter at any party or event (or a luau!). Each piece is painted and assembled by hand.
Very nice piece! Appears to be well made.
My granddaughter screamed with joy when she opened it. At least I think it was joy LOL
Never seen anything like it, which is a good thing