MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – They left for what they thought would be an easy float down Muskegon River Tuesday afternoon – but ended up spending the night on the river bank, scared and yelling for help.
The trio of young women were rescued 20 hours later after a fisherman eventually heard their cries, said Muskegon Township Deputy Fire Chief Bob Grabinski.
The women, all in their 20s, had never been tubing before and decided it would be a fun thing to do, Grabinski said. So they bought some tubes and headed to the popular launch site at the Maple Island Road bridge, Grabinski said.
"They were informed by somebody at the bridge that the river goes in a circle and if they put in there they would come back to their car," he said. "Not knowing anything, they set off on their little adventure."
20 something years old and don't know rivers don't run in circles.
Are you fucking kidding me.
Where in the fuck was Darwin is what I want to know.
He missed one hell of a good opportunity to pour some bleach in the gene pool here.
This reminds me of a stupid blonde joke I read somewhere years ago.
A blonde chick is walking across a big field and runs up against a fence. About forty feet away is another blonde sitting in a row boat in the middle of another field just rowing away.
The first one asks how she got out there and the one in the boat said it was a lot of work and that she should come join her to help out. The first blonde says she would love to but can't swim.....