Something is happening in the animal kingdom that we just can't wrap our minds around. It appears that creatures all over the world are turning to a life of crime. Making it nearly impossible for humans to go outside without getting robbed. No, they are not taking our wallets or our car keys. It appears that these bandits are stealing our clothing.

You may recall a viral video that surfaced back in 2020 showing a woman getting attacked by a giant bison. The 1-ton beast snagged her blue jeans with a horn and tore them off.

It all happened in Custer State Park, in South Dakota. Much like the "tourons" that flock to Yellowstone each year. These motorcycle enthusiasts don't seem to have a clue how to act around wild animals. Watch as this lady has zero common sense, and approaches an adult buffalo and calf. The spectators seem surprised when the wild animal suddenly attempts to gore the woman and catches its horns on the victim's jeans.


Thankfully, the woman survived with minor injuries. But, since the incident, the picture of a bison with blue jeans around its head has become an internet meme.

Just recently, another video has surfaced of another victim being stripped of their clothing by a hairy bandit. This time it is from a creature that is much more capable of a quick getaway. Video has surfaced online of a couple of good samaritans attempting to free a pronghorn antelope buck from a barbed wire fence. When the 2 men managed to free the goat, it immediately jumped up and ran away. But, not without stealing from one of the heroic guy's shoes.

That is no way to say "thank you" to someone that just rescued you from near death. What's next? Is an elk gonna steal someone's jacket? Are birds gonna start stealing your Rolex? Will squirrels soon be expert pickpockets? Let's just hope that this crime spree doesn't continue.

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