Skip to comments.Squirrel invades Jersey City school classroom, jumps on three kids
Posted on 09/21/2012 4:32:36 AM PDT by SMGFan
Some Jersey City second-graders got a scare yesterday when a squirrel managed to get inside their basement classroom and jump on three students, scratching two of them, officials said. The three School 38 students went home after the incident, with school officials advising their parents to bring them to their family doctors, said district spokeswoman Paula Christen. One of the kids was 7-year-old Tyhee, according to his father, Doug Harmon, a Jersey City bail bondsman. Harmon, 36, said the squirrel landed on Tyhees head. The thing just pounced on his head real hard, he said, describing his son as shaken up.
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Either the squirrel was jumpy, or the guy moved his hand just as the squirrel grabbed for the peanut. Perhaps it was a little of both. The squirrel missed the peanut and instead opened the guys finger to the bone.
Even the squirrels cannot stand Obama’s Socialism.
I think I have a picture from 1978 of those dirty things in the SAME location. Three of them thought I was a nice guy and I couldn’t keep them off me. The people on the cruise thought it was funny and I almost missed the hydro-plane to Algeciras because the turds wouldn’t leave me alone.
Well if it was just BOYS he jumped on, we may be in for a long, cold winter as the squirrel is ‘stocking up’?
//Think about it//
This article reminds me of an incident in college involving a squirrel, two cats and a gay guy.
easy- the squirrel thought those kids were nuts
I had a pet squirrel for a while and they can be absolutely obsessively affectionate and clingy, or nasty little boogers when they get riled up, and very protective of who they “love”- suicidal actually
Videos of attack squirrel:
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