Published: Thu, October 10, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Huge stash of walnuts squirreled away under vehicle bonnet in US

Huge stash of walnuts squirreled away under vehicle bonnet in US

Instead, she found over 200 walnuts and grass that took the Pittsburgh couple nearly an hour to dig out.

Chris Persic explained on Facebook that his wife Holly had noticed sounds and a burning smell coming from the auto before the discovery of grass and nuts was made.

It's never a good sign when your vehicle is making noises and smells like its burning, but one Pennsylvania woman was shocked to discover what was wrong with her Kia Sorento.

Squirrelling away supplies for winter took on a whole new meaning for a couple in the United States after they discovered their car's bonnet was full of walnuts and grass.

Chris Persic told KDKA-TV his wife called to tell him their vehicle smelled like it was burning. "The walnuts on the engine block were black and smelled like they were definitely roasting".

Chris Persic writes on Facebook that he was out in a rental because his own truck was in for repairs, when he got a call from his wife.

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Persic said it took almost an hour to clean out the grass and walnuts that squirrels had stashed under the hood.

Persic said he thinks more than 200 walnuts were removed.

Chris raced over to meet his wife at the library and the two began picking out as many walnuts as they could in the pouring rain.

"Y'all need some squirrel repellant under the hoods", he said. "Turns out my truck may have had a squirrel chew through or pull the fuel injector hose out".

"Long story short, if you park outside, do yourself a favour and check under the hood every once in a while".

'Was absolutely pun intended'.

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