A squirrel has landed itself in hot water (not literally) after being taken into ‘custody’ by Cops in Germany (Polizei Karlsruhe)
A male alerted the Police after the squirrel, that he had stopped to help after it was in some distress, did not stop following him.
Upon arrival to the incident, Police Officers confirmed that the furry little creature was indeed following the male and was ‘persistent’ in its attempts to get close to his saviour.
However, the multi-skilled Officers managed to capture the squirrel and ended up taking it back to their Police Station, not to eat it, but to give it some much needed fluids and food.
In a subsequent Police report, Officers confirmed that the squirrel was making a good recovery and that it had ‘fallen asleep’ owing to the ‘terror’ related to the incident.
They also named the squirrel ‘Karl-Friedrich’.
According to the Polices’ resident ‘squirrel whisperer’ the squirrel was merely looking for a new home when it started to follow the man who ended up calling the cops.
The Police have confirmed that, once the squirrel had time to rest and recuperate, it was handed over to a local animal rescue centre.
We are assuming that the Police have decided not to press any charges against the squirrel for any sort of ‘harassment’ offences in relation to the male who initially called them.
This story only goes to prove that the men and women who served on the thin blue line, regardless of in which country, all still have a ‘human’ side.
No doubt some sections of the civilian media with an anti-police agenda to push will release a story shortly, incorrectly stating that the squirrel has was subjected to some sort of ‘police brutality’.
Thankfully, however, the general public are becoming wise to the scheming idealism of the few in order to hoodwink the many!
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