Pair of Wild RACCOONS Break Into City Bank in California

Pair of Wild RACCOONS Break Into City Bank in California

Photo: PHS/SPCA

Animal rescuers chased a pair of young wild racoons inside a city bank in California, United States.

According to United Press International, the call came from a customer who spotted the animals through a window while using an ATM.

Personnel from the Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA then responded to the Chase Bank branch in Redwood City.

PHS/SPCA spokeswoman Buffy Martin Tarbox said they do not usually get called to deal with a bank break in.

“But since the bank robbers were masked bandits of the wildlife kind, we were indeed the appropriate responders,” Tarbox added.

Over at the White House, aggressive raccoons have been “harassing” reporters assigned to cover events.

One attempted to creep into the frame when CNN’s Joe Johns was on camera shooting a live spot for “New Day.”

In response, Johns threw an object at the critter and hollered “Get!” as he tried to salvage his footage.

“God, again! That’s the second time. Jesus,” Johns exclaimed in the clip as he repeatedly turned away from the camera.

The reporter, however, explained eventually that his media team did not harm any animals during the encounter at the White House.

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