This Week In Weird News: A Thieving, Party Crashing Possum
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This Week In Weird News: A Thieving, Party Crashing Possum

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This Week In Weird News: A Thieving, Party Crashing Possum

Party crashers are never welcome - especially when they steal your snacks.

A group of people in Australia were highly amused when a possum came in, dived into a bag of chips that was on the table, and went on its merry way after it was finished snacking. One person caught the incident on camera, (recorded incident is available in the link below), and wrote: "Whilst having a small party one night myself and friends were greeted by a cute possum which proceeded to jump onto the table and start eating a bag of chips."

In the video, the party-goers didn't shun their uninvited, furry friend - they were rather friendly.


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