Squirrels' stash of winter walnuts causes car chaos
Squirreling away supplies for winter took on a whole new meaning for a couple in the United States, after they discovered a hoodful of walnuts and ...
Holly Persic was driving to a library in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, when she noticed the car seemed strange.
"My wife called me from Northland Library and said that her car smelt like it was burning, and was making a weird sound," Chris Persic said in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.
Chris spent almost an hour cleaning out"over 200 (not an exaggeration) walnuts and grass from under the hood", he continued in the post.
The couple seemed to take the incident in their stride.Read more: CNA
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