Squirrel goes on rampage in Germany

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    It took three blows with the pensioner's crutch to kill the errant critter, so it clearly meant business. :rolleyes:

    Following its departure from this mortal coil, the ex-squirrel was examined to see whether it was a case of rabies, but the results came back negative.

    A leading German animal behaviorist believes that the squirrel - one of a litter of five that had been hand-reared by a local woman before being released into the wild - had come into heat for the first time, and was seeking to claim the 70-year-old woman as his own, while also defending what he perceived as his territory against other males.

    You see, it doesn't matter what subject a thread begins with at LPSG... before you have time to shake the life out of a deranged squirrel, the discussion inevitably turns to sex. :rolleyes:

    Full text of follow-up news report on the squirrel's sex-lust (German language only).
     
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    Bloody hell that was fast.....:biggrin1:

    It crawled up the old guy's pants....eeek:eek: Maybe he had some, err nuts hidden up there?
     
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    You can't hang about when there are rampaging rodents to be discussed! :rolleyes:

    More specifically... it crawled inside his shorts :eek:... so it must have thought it had the nuts within its grasp.

    But seriously, who knows what would have happened if the pensioner hadn't had a crutch with him?!! :rolleyes:

    The other interesting thing.. is that the squirrel was one of a litter of five. Which to my mind indicates the possibility of a sequel or two, as with all good monster movies. :cool: :eek: :biggrin1:
     
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    NUTS II...Return of the Squirrel.
     
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    Anyone see a real movie coming out of this?
     
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    You were saying ................
     
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    Throw in a global warming drives formerly friendly critters to attack or CIA chip implant remote controled rodents fighting terrorism theme and who knows.
     
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    :eek:
     
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    "Its a shame he went nuts, but I couldn't let this little beggar hold the town to ransom,"

    :biggrin1:
     
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    This species lives near my home. They are as aggressive and dangerous as grisly bears. I once saw one of these squirells jump from a tree and land on a fellow's back. It tore his ear off and ran away with it into the brush.

    http://www.nutsack.com/imsq/squirrel.jpg
     
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    Alfred Hitchcock presents..."The Squirrels"
     
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    Haha... evidently it's time we realised quite how evil the furry little bastards are!
     
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    Revealed at last: Saddam's weapons of mass destruction.
     
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    Yes, Bush and Blair really were barking up the wrong tree.:rolleyes:
     
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    Squirrel catapult. That was great!
     
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