Good day my fellow readers, well I have an interesting gists for you, do you know that it is not only human beings that are criminals or let me say it is not only human being that do commit crimes. Animals/pets also break some of the laws that we human beings break, see examples below;
Brigit the Burglar
Brigit, a 6-year-old cat from New Zealand, was very interested in men’s underwear. So much so that she broke into people’s houses to steal socks and underpants.
Keeping cats indoors is not a common practice in New Zealand, so Brigit kept coming home with more of her “textile prey.”
Eventually, the owners of the furry burglar tried to give the stolen underwear back by handing out flyers
The Chip-Addicted Seagull
Though seagulls are generally known for stealing food from people, this one went a step further by terrorizing a small bakery shop in Scotland. It was notorious for waiting until someone left the shop, and then it casually entered and picked up a bag of chips. Although it happens very often, nobody does anything about it, and the seagull is quite the celebrity now.
Swans are usually a synonym for grace and elegance, yet the citizens of Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire, know their other side. They can be aggressive and protective of their habitat, especially when they are raising their youngsters. These birds are known to attack swimmers and sink kayaks. The most famous one, Tyson, is a force to be reckoned with.
Fred the baboon ganglord
Fred even has his own page on Wikipedia! He assembled a gang of baboons in Cape Town and reigned over them, stealing from as many people and cars as he could.
In 2013, Guy Whittall found a “morning present” under his bed in Humani Lodge, Zimbabwe. It was a 330-lb giant Nile crocodile that snuck in while Mr. Whittall was sleeping, remaining in the house for nearly 8 hours. Luckily, no one was hurt.