Police in Germany responded to an emergency call of a young woman followed by a squirrel. Turns out this was a real emergency and not a prank call.
Police in Germany "arrested" a squirrel for stalking in German town of Bottrop according to German newspaper Bild. A young woman made a 911 call with the unusual emergency of a squirrel following her. Local police decided to take the call seriously and responded. They indeed found a squirrel following the woman. After a short hunt the squirrel was in custody.
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The stalking was apparently very exhausting for the squirrel. A police woman fed it with small pieces of Apple and honey tea. The squirrel was then transferred to an animal shelter. The police in Bottrop shared a video showing how they took care of the squirrel at the station on Facebook.
Bottrop: Eichhörnchen nach Verfolgung in Gewahrsam genommen Ein sehr ungewöhnlicher Notruf erreichte heute Morgen die Polizei in Bottrop. Ein Eichhörnchen verfolgte eine junge Frau an der Eichenstraße.Die Beamten stellten fest: das stimmt! Sie nahmen den Verfolger in Gewahrsam und brachten ihn zur Polizeiwache. Dort zeigte das Eichhörnchen erste Erschöpfungserscheinungen, denen die Beamten mit Apfelstücken und Honigtee entgegenwirkten. Frisch gestärkt soll es dann einer Auffangstation übergeben werden.----------------------#Polizei#RecklinghausenPosted by Polizei NRW Recklinghausen on Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Squirrels "go nuts" right now around the world. A story about a squirrel eating a snake has gone viral earlier this week. The Guadalupe Mountains National Park officials shared a photo of a squirrel eating a snake on Facebook.
Rock squirrels eat mostly plant material, fruits and nuts, but according tot the post they will also eat bird eggs, lizards and snakes.
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Beware of the squirrels. They might look cute, but they can get nasty.