Anorak News | When Foxes Attack: Jogger And Vermin In Fight To The Death

When Foxes Attack: Jogger And Vermin In Fight To The Death

by | 6th, November 2008

A JOGGER is enlivening her experience by wearing a fox, hanging from her arm by its teeth.

Blood sports enthusiasts are invited to take their pick: jogger or fox. Win-win. The woman tried to choke the animal, but no luck. The fox tries to bite her in two. But, again, no luck.

To add to the tableau, the creature is rabid. Not, the jogger, but the fox. The foam around the jogger’s slack maw is the product of stomach acids and yoghurt-based drinks.

The fox takes hold. The Jogger runs to her car a mile away. She makes good time and – who knows, as a training ritual it may catch on. She prizes the fox’s filthy mouth from her person and throws the animal in the boot.

A statement released by the local Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office notes that “it is very difficult to prevent the attack of a wild rabid animal once in progress.”

Go on…

“Although containing the animal for testing is beneficial, immediate treatment is always the priority.”

Indeed. Containment is best. For such reason to joggers sport bum bags, fanny packs and much loose skin…

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