A holidaymaker was stunned when he found a squirrel had stashed his car full of nuts. Andrew Wilkins, 25, went travelling for five weeks with his girlfriend, Jen, 26, and when he returned, he booked his car into a garage because he was having trouble when changing gear, Metro reported.
Before dropping it off at the garage, he opened the glove compartment and found it full of nuts.
He said: "I told one of the mechanics to take a look and he said 'what the f**k'.
"Within 30 seconds, all 10 of the garage's mechanics were gathered around the car having a laugh.
"The reason I couldn't change gear properly was because the acorns were absolutely everywhere.
"They were behind the trim, under the bonnet, and inside gearbox assembly. Underneath the bonnet there's soundproofing, and that had been torn apart.
"There were probably 100 acorns."
Although he was happy to get his car back to normal - after forking out PS168 for repairs - Andrew admitted that he felt bad for the squirrels, who hid the nuts for the winter season.
He said: "I had some squirrel squatters for a month. I feel bad - I ruined their winter and all their hard work."
A number of Colombian residents became convinced the aliens were invading after a mysterious light was seen in the sky.
In a series of videos, the large ball of light can be seen hanging in the sky at night for several minutes. It moves further away and then extinguishes in the distance, the Mirror Online reported.
At the time, the people of Ocana in Norte de Santander, Colombia, were concerned that the ball of light was in fact an alien invasion, but others pointed out that it could be a flare or another fired object.
Local authorities are reportedly still trying to find out what the light actually was, and some witnesses claim that the orange glow disappeared into the neighbouring town of Aguas Claras.