Squirrel hunter! A woman films a confrontation with an aggressive rodent that locked her in the office for 35 minutes
- Carrie Hare was the last to leave her office in Kokomo, Indiana on February 7th.
- But she says she was too scared to go outside because of the squirrel.
- She filmed the rodent running up to the door every time she left.
- Carrie said she was locked inside for 35 minutes. after the rodent “attacked” her
An office worker was left horrified and stuck at work for more than half an hour because she was “chased” by an aggressive squirrel.
Marketing manager Carrie Hare recorded an unusual confrontation with a rodent in Kokomo, Indiana on February 7th.
She was the last person to leave her job at LeaderOne Financial, but when she finally got to the door, the rodent “rushed” at her.
Carrie rushed back inside and revealed that a tense 35-minute standoff ensued, during which she refused to leave her office for fear of being attacked.
Speaking about the incident, Carrie said she called her daughter as she left work. When she locked the front door, she saw the reflection of a squirrel in the glass.
“I looked down and he stood up on his hind legs and literally looked into my eyes,” she said.
Alarmed by the small rodent, Carrie opened the office door and went back inside, when suddenly it “attacked” her leg.
On Feb. 7, marketing manager Carrie Hare locked herself in her office building in Kokomo, Indiana, for 35 minutes after claiming she was relentlessly “chased” by a squirrel waiting for her to leave.
In footage of the confrontation recorded by Carrie, she can be heard saying, “I’ve been here for 10 minutes waiting for him to leave… that squirrel is waiting for me.”
In footage of Carrie, she can be heard saying, “I’ve been here for 10 minutes waiting for him to leave… that squirrel is waiting for me.”
“He keeps coming to the door and literally watching me. I need to go all the way down…
Carrie then goes to open the door again, thinking the squirrel is gone, but she suddenly reappears and rushes off.
Carrie gasps when she spots the animal and slams the door shut before it can get in. “What are you doing?!” she calls to the squirrel through the window.
Carrie realized that the squirrel was climbing back up the tree to wait for her to leave before running up to her every time she opened the door.
The rodent then “chased me for 33 minutes.”
“I contacted on Facetime with my husband, a “cool” special forces officer, and he laughed for several minutes and wished me good luck.
“I ended up making a video to share with my family, and the interaction with this squirrel just kept getting better.”
Carrid added that she finally made it to her car 35 minutes after the first attempt to leave.
The squirrel’s whereabouts are unknown, but Carrie added, “I have nuts with me in case she comes back.”