Michael Litersky from Lake Worth saw kinkajou, an exotic cousin of the raccoon, hanging out on a fence outside his girlfriend's house, so he left watermelon pieces out for the wide creature, according to a report in July from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
But the mum of the dead mammals killed the next morning. As Litersky started work, the kinkajou – which was camping out in front of the house every night – slipped inside, according to the commission.
He tried to suck the kinkajou outside to get another hangout, but he "immediately attacked" him, hitting his ankles and scraping his calves, according to the report.
It is hardly that the tiny skin titers broke Litersky, but it was not easy to catch. Hicks and Litserky reached it until they were working in the bathroom until officials came from a conservation commission, Sheriff Palm Beach County Office and animal control.
Hicks said that she and the squad had been tapping into the bathroom to get an insight into what she originally thought of a havur that was trembling with a leak, scaling the shower curtain and resting around.
"We heard the toilet cover, like, open and closed a few times," she said. "Nuts were there."
Ultimately, the ankle was caught by the tribe after an hour and the report fell out at a Fish and Wildlife facility.
If you come across a kinkajou not yours, think about the consequences before you get a piece of watermelon on it. It may cost your shower curtains to pay you and several hours of your day.
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