British Squirrels Nuts For Renaults

Unwilling to dig into the cold earth, some enterprising squirrels have been sneaking nuts into the engine of one man's Renault Modus. When mechanics removed the filter of James Cresswell's auto they found two pounds worth of nuts, which is 10 ounces more than what the manufacturer recommends. The mechanics mentioned that animals often like to climb into engines because they're generally warm and dry places. Personally, we think the little rodents just prefer slightly roasted nuts. Either way, the squirrels should stay stealthy as Mr. Cresswell has vowed to shoot them on sight. [Newsshopper]