An eerie pink light in the sky startled Australians

When a pink light appeared in the sky of a town in Australia, local woman Tame Zumowski thought doomsday had arrived.

She said: “As a good, calm mother, I told my children that there is nothing to worry about, but I said in my heart, what kind of thunder is this?”

The light radiated from a field of bingo on the outskirts of the Victorian town of Mildura. But like other shocked local people, Ms. Zhomoski’s mind was busy elsewhere.

While my mother was talking on the phone, my father was walking around, I was saying to myself, I better drink my tea in a hurry, because if I drink too much, the world will end. Then my mother told me, since the world is ending, why did drinking tea become important? ”

This is the words of another local resident Nikia Champion who says that before she knew the light originated from the earth, she thought that the pink colored moon had risen.

He told the BBC: “I had this idea of ​​the end of the world running through my mind. ”

Bingo Hidden Farms? Australia allowed the use of cannabis for medical purposes in 2016, but has banned recreational use. Since then, 260,000 people have been advised to use cannabis for various ailments. It is said that these recommendations are given in the treatment of severe pain, restlessness and insomnia. Australian health officials say that since 2019, the number of these recommendations has doubled and most of them have been given to residents of Queensland. On the other hand, the number of crimes and accusations related to the use of marijuana is not small, and in the period of 2018-19 years, more than 71 thousand people have been prosecuted legally.

A spokesperson of the Kan Group manufacturing company said that they did not work on Wednesday and that the sky was covered with snow, creating a scene similar to the sunrise. Ms. Champion says, “After I found out, I was green with laughter. I thought it was going to be a big deal, but later I found out that it was the light of cooking medical marijuana.”


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