At first, the man thought he was going crazy, but then he installed a video camera.
A resident of the UK 72-year-old Steve Mackears (Steve Mckears) found in his garage a mouse that “dismantled” items in his garage. When Mackieres left a mess on the table, and in the morning things turned out to be in other places, at first he decided that he was “going crazy.”
For the first time Mackieres discovered his screwdriver in a box with nuts, which he feeds the birds, this happened in February. Sometimes he found heavy chains or other objects there. At some point, Mackieres “doubted his adequacy” and scattered nuts and bolts on the table, but in the morning he saw that some of them had been removed. Things changed their location for several weeks, after which the man set up a camera with the help of a neighbor.
Once I emptied the box and scattered the contents – and the next day it was back inside. I thought I was going crazy.
When they watched the recording, they found that things were moving the mouse. The men were relieved to learn that “it was not a poltergeist.” It turned out that sometimes the mouse tried to drag things several times larger than it – for example, a drill. They were mostly metal objects.
I was worried. I am 72 years old, and you know what things can happen in the head of a 72-year-old man. So when it was confirmed that I did not do it, I was happy.
The Briton said he calls the mouse “Brexit” because he “makes supplies for the sake of brexit,” but her friends call her “Metallic Mickey.