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Imagine Returning To Your Car And Seeing This Madness

DECEMBER 7, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

It's estimated that around a million animals get killed on our roads every year, so it makes sense that a few of them would develop a taste for revenge...and metal.

One night, Florida-based Redditor Moongoat left his car in his driveway for just two hours and returned to find that the vehicle had been munched on like a piece of beef jerky. What kind of beast could have caused so much damage?

Moongoat parked his car in the driveway, did some work in the back of the house for two hours, and returned to find that it was basically totaled. But it quickly became clear that it wasn't clipped by another vehicle.

Whatever attacked his ride ripped up the entire wheel well, which is nice and terrifying.

And unless Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson attacked this car, there's no way that a human being could've done this much damage. It must have been some kind of animal...but what?

Whatever it was, it chewed on the vehicle so hard that it caused its own jaws to bleed! This creature either really loved or REALLY hated that car.

Moongoat suspects that the animal chased his cat underneath the car and ravaged the vehicle out of anger. The poor cat was found unharmed, but it was covered in motor oil.

(source: Reddit)

Police were notified and they said that they'd never seen anything like it. Redditors have suggested that this could've happened at the hands (or jaws) of a dog...or a chupacabra. Whatever it was, I wouldn't mess with it.

 

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