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US News Video Shows Squirrel Stealing Gourmet Chocolate, Lip Balm From New Jersey Home

15:35  08 december  2017
15:35  08 december  2017 Source:   ibtimes.com

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MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY — An American squirrel — aka a real fat one — was caught on camera nabbing expensive chocolates and some lip balm from a Jersey family'

An obese squirrel was caught on video stealing gourmet chocolate and lip balm that a family leaves outside as a holiday treat for delivery people. (Dec 7)

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A New Jersey family’s holiday spirit was crushed Thursday when an unusual thief swiped all the expensive chocolates from a "treat table" they had put out for delivery people through the holiday season.

But when the family set a trap to catch the thief for the act, they were surprised to find that it was actually an obese squirrel, who stole gourmet chocolate and lip balm from their treat tray.

A European Red Squirrel © Getty A European Red Squirrel

"We spot the FATTEST squirrel. I mean, this squirrel is so obese— a jolly ol’ chap — he must be prepping for a decade of winters," Michele Bourdreaux, of Maplewood, New Jersey, wrote in her blog post about the bizarre incident.


"This squirrel went from being the biggest jerk ever to becoming the greatest fuzzy freak I’ve ever not quite met," she said.

"He’s digging and digging and digging and then he TAKES OFF toward our backyard carrying whatever he possibly can," she wrote.

a squirrel sitting on a bench © Provided by IBT US

Bourdreaux explained that she and her family set up an elaborate display of treats outside their Maplewood residence for delivery workers coming by, and this year the unusual thief targeted all the priciest stuff, including about 25 squares of Ghiradelli chocolate, she said. Nearly all the chocolates were gone within hours of them spreading the treats.


"I couldn’t believe it. Why would someone do such a thing?" the mother of three wrote. "This thief took the good stuff. And I wanted to cry."

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MAPLEWOOD, NJ (AP) – An obese squirrel has been caught on video stealing gourmet chocolate and lip balm that a New Jersey family leaves out yearly as a holiday treat for delivery people. Michele Boudreaux says on her blog she provides candy, tissues, lip balm and other goodies on her doorstep.


The family set up a surveillance camera in order to catch the chocolate thief, but the footage revealed the surprising, and adorable thief. They then put the chocolate in a squirrel-proof container and also left some nuts and bird seeds for the rodent.

"We now have our chocolate in a jar that requires opposable thumbs," she wrote.

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