One Amazon customer got a lot more than she expected when she received a package.
Kat Kahraman had ordered a flat-pack table. When it arrived, she noticed a few suspicious holes in the packaging. So she took a look inside while realizing it was moving. Before she knew it, three live mice were running out from the box and all around her apartment.
"It was totally shocking," Kahraman said.
Thankfully, she managed to catch them before they did any damage to her living space. But if that weren't shocking enough, when she opened up the damaged table, she discovered three dead mice in a nest. And some time later, she discovered a fourth live mouse also running around the apartment.
"It's a good thing I'm not squeamish," Kahraman said. "Imagine somebody with a phobia of mice opening the box."
They had made their nest in the polystyrene packaging inside the flat-pack table and Kat Kahraman found three more mice dead inside.Posted by Yahoo UK & Ireland on Tuesday, March 8, 2016
They had made their nest in the polystyrene packaging inside the flat-pack table and Kat Kahraman found three more mice dead inside.
Amazon later apologized and offered her a full refund, along with a gift certificate, after the unexpected scene.
But what's even more unexpected is Kahraman's response to the live mice. She and her roommates decided to keep the live mice as pets. She has contacted the RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) on advice for how to care for them. And for now, they remain cozy in their new home.
Kahraman said, "My house mates are Swedish, French and Italian and I'm Austrian, so we wrote 'I am an orphan' on the box in our languages - the mice did lose their mother in a tragic accident after all."
PLUS: See some of the ways you know your pet is up to no good below!
You can't find them in any of their favorite spots. It's time to start hunting for that mischievous pet--and the mess they absolutely made. via Imgur