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Man Calls Police to Tackle Feline Intruders

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Man Calls Police to Tackle Feline Intruders

A Hafnarfjördur resident recently called police when two cats, who he was unfamiliar with, snuck into his apartment in the dead of night and disturbed his sleep. The man escaped out to his balcony and called the police from there.

When the police officers arrived the apartment owner wouldn’t leave the balcony to open the front door; so the officers had to climb up to the balcony and approach the intruders from there, ruv.is reports.

The two cats were hiding in the man’s bedroom and hissed and crawled under the bed at the sight of the police. The officers were not successful in driving the cats out from underneath the bed until they armed themselves with broomsticks.

The intruders disappeared into the darkness and have not been seen since.

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