The story of the ‘rat prison’ is currently receiving a lot of attention from netizens, many of whom wonder if the landlord can wait until the ‘mouse day of repentance’.
Rats are always a creature that scares many people because rodents damage the homeowner’s furniture. Many homes use rat traps, sticky tools to catch mice, even many situations of “running around the house chasing mice with a broom” have happened. However, recently, a “rat prison” appeared on social networks that made many people laugh because of the creativity of the owner.
‘The story is that there is an ‘old fox’ mouse in my house that has been hiding in my house for several months. Called ‘fox’ because it doesn’t break the food, all the electricity, the clothes are bitten. My father bought traps, but they always failed. One day there was a squishy leg, another day a short tail. This mouse is not afraid, still roaming around the house. My father was about to give up, but unexpectedly, while teaching his younger brother to study, he heard a ‘tumble’ in the kitchen, walked lightly and saw a mouse prying open the cabinet door.
Two or three children ran down quickly, blocked the door, locked the mouse in it, tied a string, and sealed it all types. I slept in my room so I don’t know what happened, I only saw my dad writing a message on the cupboard. Dad said he hasn’t tried it right away because I’m giving him time to repent, repent of his crimes and wait for the trial date – the girl shared her father’s story in the journey of trapping the ‘old fox’ in the house.
Attached is a picture of a cabinet that her father used tape and string to fasten the cabinet door, to prevent the ‘old fox’ from escaping.
Immediately after the article appeared, it received great attention from netizens. Most people complain about how the ‘self-indulgence’ of the rats in their homes has repeatedly made their owners miserable. Many people also find it funny because of the super cute handling of the girl’s father. Many others are curious to see if the mouse will have a day of guilt, repentance and how it ends.
Admittedly, there are many ways to deal with destructive rats, but the way to build the ‘rat prison’ of the girl’s father mentioned above is indeed ‘powerful on every grain of rice’.