As a result, the man himself removed the grate and freed the rabbit.
Mark Pearson was driving to work, on the way he heard a loud “knock” in the car, but did not attach any importance to this. A few hours later, a colleague approached him and said that a rabbit was stuck in the bumper of his car. Pearson hesitated for a long time to go look and even wrote a post on social networks that he was afraid of finding “half a rabbit.”
“I was surprised to find that this lucky guy broke through the bars and got stuck in a closed compartment. We really couldn’t figure out how he got there until we realized that the grille was broken, so he hit it, went through it, and the plastic was back in place. I didn’t know whether to call the RAC or the RSPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – ed.),” Mark Pearson is quoted as saying The Guardian.
As a result, the man himself removed the grate and freed the rabbit, practically without harming him: the hare was bleeding from the nose. The animal was released into the “wooded Shangri-la” near Menai Park in Bangor. But after that, Pearson was scolded by several acquaintances and forced to go look for the victim of an accident in order to show him to the veterinarian, and then take him to the place where he brought him from. Mark went to look for the downed rabbit, but did not find it.