Today I accidentally come across funny stories of bunny in real life from http://www.kaninchen-net.ch. I've no idea that these stories is considered as funny, not even give me a smile. I would rather say that it's only a news on an unpredictable bunny behavior in daily life.
STORY 1: Rabbit bite policeman
17th of august 2001, Basel. During an arrest in an apartment in Basel a policeman has been bitten by a rabbit into his lower leg. The injured investigator had to have medical treatment in the local hospital.
As the public prosecutor communicated yesterday the team of the cantonal police department of Basel visited the apartment because they presumed that a woman accused of theft was there.
The door was opened by her life companion who declared that his girl friend was not in the apartment. But the policemen didn't believe him and still entered the appartment. During the search of the apartment in which several rabbits were running free one of the officials was attacked by one of the animals. The looked for woman was found by one of the policemen on the balcony where she hid under a cover.
Maybe this rabbit that bit the policeman??
STORY 2: Rabbits make a historical discovery
With the help from animals archeologists in England found a property from the Middle Ages. The first hints of this apparently very important discovery were dug out by rabbits.
Coincidence has always been a good friend to archeologists - but only rather rarely it appears in the figure of rabbits. But this exactly happened now in England: there're an animal digging team has freed the remainings of a manorial country property from the Middle Ages. The property was found after rabbits have dug holes into a hill as the British radio station BBC communicated.
At the place still kept in secrecy painted glas from the 14th century was found among other things. The English monumental office stated that it is a very important discovery.
STORY 3: Rabbit has become star on the internet
I only know this rabbit is a real superstar in tv show.
Rodney, a British rabbit with hanging ears, has conquered a worldwide fan-club. Daily animal friends from Australia, China or America watch Rodney how he spends his days. As the "Daily Mail" reported, the eight month old rabbit owes this global excitement to the internet. When Clare Strafford from Manchester bought the rodent she installed a webcam at his cage at home.
With this she also could watch him at work. But it looks like Clare wasn't the only one visiting the homepage of Rodney. Over time people from all over the world visited the website and now watch attentively Rodney and his preferred occupation: eating carrots, hopping around, cleaning his ears and especially sleeping