Dream Toy For Kids….If You Have $35,000 

Kids can ask for their very own kiddie version of the famous Bugatti luxury car! Yes, your little electric toy car looks just like the real thing and even gives you the chance to act all privileged and better than the other children because only 500 have been made. Best of all, they’re only $35,000! The French car maker originally unveiled the children’s electric car, named Bugatti Baby II, at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, and soon after announced that all planned 500 units had been sold to wealthy parents all over the world. But then the whole COVID-19 thing happened and suddenly some of the buyers decided that spending tens of thousands of dollars on a child’s toy might be ill-advised under the circumstances. So Bugatti had no choice but to announce that some Bugatti Baby II electric cars for kids are once again available for purchase. Of course at $35K, you can’t expect them to last long! And if those aren’t quite good enough for you, you can always upgrade to the Vitesse and Pur Sang versions which cost an eye-watering $50,000 and $68,000, respectively.?(Oddity Central) 


A Farmer Found Something A Little Unusual In His Soybean Field 

A skydiver in Vermont has gotten his prosthetic leg back after losing it in a jump on Saturday. According to the Associated Press, double amputee Chris Marckres lost one of his prosthetics after leaping from the plane.?“I think my adrenaline was so high and I was just so excited, I didn’t realize I had lost it,” Marckres told Boston TV stations. He was harnessed to an instructor from Vermont Skydiving Adventures, so he landed safely. Following the jump, Marckres took to social media to ask people to be on the lookout for his leg.?Farmer Joe Marszalkowski saw the post, so he kept a watchful eye in his soybean fields on Sunday.?Marszalkowski said it was like finding a needle in a haystack, but fortunately it was fine except for a few scratches. The thoughtful farmer helped make the experience a positive one for Marckres.?“We kind of take for granted sometimes how many truly good people there still are in the world,” he said.