Things newspapers wish they hadn't published!

This isn't really on topic, but too cringe-worthy not to share. A day before the Christmas day tragedy in which a tiger at the San Francisco zoo escaped from its enclosure, mauling three people and killing one of them, SF's City Star paper ran a front-page headline story titled "Zoo Having Holly Jolly Christmas," which started out with these words:

    "For many San Franciscans, the holidays offer a chance to get away from the big city.
  But that doesn't mean the great outdoors are unreachable for those who stay.
  Think about a big, open-air skating rink.
  Throw in a few reindeer.
  And don't forget about the lions and tigers and bears, oh my!"

There must have been some extra-horrified staffers at the paper when the zoo attack happened the next day!

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