First our trashcans, now our carbs. You’ve gone too far, raccoons.
Last week, Toronto resident Jenny Serwylo woke up to loud noises coming from her kitchen. Upon checking, she discovered that raccoons had broken into her house, and had started eating her bread and a sleeve of English muffins.
She was able to shoo away two of the three bandits with a broom, but the third one stood its ground. To add insult to injury, it just stood there staring her down as it finished the rest of the bread.
“He was like, ‘I’m eating here, get out of here’,” recalled Serwylo.
“Don’t worry, I won’t take your English muffin!”
A Toronto woman was surprised when she discovered a raccoon feasting on snacks in her kitchen. The uninvited guest was caught munching on tortillas and an entire bag of English muffins. pic.twitter.com/3veRtctflE
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 23, 2018
She added that she tried to use the broom to scare it, but it would just “yank it really hard,” almost as if taunting her.
“I was growling at him and hissing at him, trying to scare him out, but he wasn’t having any of it.”
Unable to get a hold of animal services, she decided to wait until the trash panda finished its meal. Finally, after 30 minutes, with the bread all gone, it went out the window it had broken into – hopefully to be never seen again.
“It was the most Toronto thing that’s ever happened,” Serwylo said.