Bunnies Attacking Cars; Silly Rabbits Love Eating Costly Electrical Wires At Denver Airport

By Mo Mozuch on February 15, 2013 4:25 PM EST

Bunnies Attacking Cars At Denver Airport
Some bunnies have a bad attitude. (Photo: Imgur)

Bunnies are attacking cars at Denver International Airport, and for once it looks like the Illuminati have nothing to do with this crazy story. The furry friendlies apparently have a taste for the insulation on the electrical wiring underneath cars parked at the airport, and the bunnies are attacking cars' electronics and driver's wallets. Most insurance companies don't cover bunny hunger and the folks at Denver International Airport say they're not responsible for the bunnies attacking cars either.

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"I see at least dozens every morning. They go hide under the cars and the cars are warm," airport shuttle driver Michelle Anderson told CBS 4. "They like to chew on the insulator portion of the ignition cables. That's what we see."

It's not like airport officials aren't trying to stop the bunnies from attacking cars. They've installed better fencing and built perches designed to attract eagles, hawks and owls. Unfortunately, these solutions don't seem to be completely effective, and drivers who find their cars damaged by cute little bunnies will be hopping mad when they get a repair bill. Repairing, or replacing, the ignition wiring on a car can cost hundreds, even thousands, of dollars.

There is a more effective solution to stop the bunnies from attacking cars. Urine. Specifically, fox or coyote urine. Mechanics have been advising people to coat the wires in their engines with predator urine in order to ward off the rabbits.  

"We have found a good deterrent is predator urine, you can pick up fox urine at any pro hunting shop," Arapahoe Autotek spokesman Wiley Faris told CBS 4.

And if the predator urine doesn't stop the bunnies from attacking cars, maybe they'll get scared off by the terrifying Illuminati murals inside the airport itself. Think that sounds crazy? Well maybe you'll think it's a little less crazy once Jesse Ventura explains it to you:

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