THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

A very neat badge, the story behind which tells of a rare non-human serial killer, based in Nigeria. Among the leopards of that country’s southern plateau was one who left this sinister calling card on the corpses of its gazelle kills. At the scene would be found a carcass, a flurry of paw-prints and the provocative card. It was only when other leopards explained to the killer leopard, in growly talk, that it was not immoral or illegal for a leopard to kill a gazelle, that the cards ceased to appear. Read more

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