Drunk Squirrel Ravages A Bar

Posted: Jul 16 2015, 9:46am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 16 2015, 9:56am CDT, in Also on the Geek Mind


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Drunk Squirrel Ravages a Bar
Too much Guinness? Photo Credit: Getty Images

Squirrels go nuts this summer. After the stalking squirrel story, there is now new squirrel story from England. A squirrel got drunk and wreak havoc on a bar in a private club.

Yesterday we reported that German police "arrested" a squirrel for stalking. Today a report comes out of England about a squirrel getting drunk and ravaged a bar in a private club house. The squirrel figured out how to open the beer tabs to get drunk. It is not reported if the squirrel preferred stout or lager beer.

Drinking beer also makes squirrel long for chips. The cut little furry critter figured also out how to open bags of crisps. While drunk the squirrel smashed glasses and bottles.

Mr. Boulter, the secretary of Honeybourne Railway Club, found the drunk squirrel and said according to the BBC: "There were bottles scattered around, money scattered around and he had obviously run across the bar's pumps and managed to turn on the Caffrey's tap. He must have flung himself on the handle and drank some as he was staggering around all over the place and moving a bit slowly."

The damage the drunk squirrel caused is about $500. Surprisingly the squirrel has not been arrested like his German Stalker buddy. The club secretary has freed the squirrel and let it run in the wild to sleep off its hangover.

Squirrels should not be underestimated. A story about a squirrel eating a snake went viral earlier this month. Last year a squirrel cause a $300,000 damage destroying electrical facilities in a community center.

Geek Knowledge

Squirrels are members of the family Sciuridae, consisting of small or medium-size rodents. The family includes tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, marmots, flying squirrels, and prairie dogs. Squirrels are indigenous to the Americas, Eurasia, and Africa, and have been introduced to Australia. The earliest known squirrels date from the Eocene and are most closely related to the mountain beaver and to the dormouse among living rodent families. Via Wikipedia.

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