The rabbit, which was hit by a car in Wales, survived a 48-kilometer ride in the front bumper grille, where he remained trapped.
The driver did not notice the stranded animal, a colleague at work pointed it out to him, the The Guardian reported.
Briton Mark Pearson said he heard a loud bang as he walked between Pwllheli and Bangor last week.
The forty-six-year-old added that he then checked the rearview mirror, but saw nothing, and continued to drive to work. A few hours later, a colleague told him that he had a rabbit stuck in the bumper. At that moment, he was said to be afraid that he would only find a “polka” from it, Pearson wrote on his Facebook page.
“I was surprised to find that this lucky man went through the grid and got stuck in an enclosed space behind her,” the man said. “We really couldn’t figure out how he got there until we realized the grid was cracked, so he bumped into it, went through it, and the plastic returned to its place,” he added.
Pearson, who comes from Pwllheli, said he removed the grille to try to get the rabbit out. He said he had to “fight” with the rabbit, but he managed to free the animal without hurting it.
“Apart from the dried bleeding from the snout, he didn’t seem to be hurt,” the man said. He then allegedly released the rabbit into a grove near Menai Park in Bangore.
Source: Pravda – Veda a technika by vat.pravda.sk.
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