- A Japanese office worker dressed up as a Domino’s Pizza delivery man and climbed for roughly six hours to the top of Mount Fuji.
- The man began his journey at 7:38 a.m. on Saturday and finished at 1:27 p.m.
- Using his delivery bag, the man carried various equipment and necessities up the mountain.
- He has previously dressed up in the delivery outfits of several companies, including UberEats, Demae-Can and Pizza-La.
Hikers were shocked to see a pizza delivery worker during their climb up Mount Fuji.
A Twitter user shared a photo on Saturday of a supposed Domino’s Pizza delivery person carrying a thermal bag on his back as he casually explored Mount Fuji in Japan.
An Indian American hiker who went missing during a flash flood at Zion National Park in Utah last week was found dead.
The body of Jetal Agnihotri, a 29-year-old woman from Tucson, Arizona, was recovered in the Virgin River near the Court of the Patriarchs at the park on Tuesday, according to Zion National Park Superintendent Jeff Bradybaugh.
Japanese hikers survive 10 days lost in the wilderness — immediately apologize for ‘causing trouble’ upon rescue
- After two Japanese hikers spent 10 days lost in the mountains surviving on stream water and cookies, they apologized for “causing trouble” to the emergency responders who rescued them.
- The two women, both in their 60s, accidentally went off-trail and were unable to find their way back.
- One of the women headed towards a village using a map and compass on her phone and eventually found a strong enough signal to call for help.
- After being saved, the two women stated that they felt bad for troubling emergency responders and “many people.”
Two Japanese women who spent 10 days lost in the mountains immediately apologized to emergency responders for “causing trouble” after being rescued.
The two unnamed hikers, a 61-year-old from Nagoya and a 69-year-old from Ichinomiya, were climbing the 1,895-meter-tall (approximately 6,217 feet) Mount Misen in central Japan, reported The Asahi Shumbun.
According to the family of Rachel Nguyen, they are not condemning her boyfriend Joseph Orbeso for killing her before taking his own life after the pair got lost hiking in Joshua Tree three months ago.
The Nguyen family stated on Saturday that they are not blaming him for the loss of the 20-year-old’s life following reports the day before that the pair died in an apparent sympathetic murder-suicide in the popular hiking spot in California.