'Dead tiger' report leads to stuffed animal
BRYANT, Ark. - An Arkansas police department got a disturbing call this week that someone had spotted a dead tiger on the side of the road.
Police said the truth turned out to be much...fuzzier.
Bryant Police said on Sept. 8 they received a call that someone spotted a dead tiger on a service road near the town. The caller said she stopped to take pictures of the animal, but she was too scared to get near it.
A Bryant officer went out to locate the tiger, and instead found an abandoned stuffed animal.
The Bryant Police's Facebook page said the officer was kind enough to give the tiger a ride back to the station. There's no word if the "tiger" has been adopted or not.
IMAGES: Bryant Police / Facebook
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