Michigan Needs to Take Chicago Camping
Just a few miles north of downtown Chicago, in Winnemac Park, everybody was having a good time feeding the wild animals and letting their dogs run around and play with the critters. According to the Chicago Tribune, the problem was - the fuzzy animals in question were wild coyotes. Not surprisingly, people then started complaining that they were being “harrassed, followed and menaced” by said coyotes.
The good thing is that nobody had to complain about being bitten and eaten. That's because they've been relocated. The coyotes. Not the residents.
Unfortunately for the smarter people in that neighborhood.
Here's the story. And you might get a kick out of the comments section.
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