"We are appealing to every media outlet in Australia to help us track down the cowards behind the vicious attack on this kangaroo," said a spokesman.
Read more over at the RSPCA.
Matt Brown, the police minister of New South Wales in Australia, resigned just after three days on the job over reports that he "dirty danced" in his underwear.
He reportedly stripped to his underwear during an office party and danced over the chest of a female colleague, a charge they both denied.
"I want to say categorically, they are lies, they are not true, they did not happen," Brown said.
However, Brown has to go, according to Premier Nathan Rees.
"I subsequently put it to former minister Brown late last night that there too many reports of you in your underwear for me to ignore," Rees told a local radio station.
And so that's how Matt Brown danced his way out of a job.
True to their words, Thailand's People's Power Party renominated Samak Sundaravej for the Prime Minister post after the court kicked him out for violating the country's Constitution by accepting payment for appearing in a cooking show he had hosted for seven years before becoming prime minister.
Britain's Prime Mister Gordon Brown was gushing about the Democratic Party presidential nominee Barack Obama in a magazine article, while ignoring any mentions of John McCain, but was forced to retract his "endorsement" after people in the McCain camp called to complain.
A six-year-old Chicago Tribune story about United Airlines entering bankruptcy caused a massive sell off of the company's stock, resulting in the stock losing 75% of its value before trading was halted. Here's what happened.