Man Saves Raccoon Frozen To Railroad By The Hair On His Testes
A railroad worker rescued a raccoon from an oncoming train after he found the animal frozen to the tracks by the hair on his testicles.
35-year-old Neil Mullis was working when he came across the animal that appeared just to be sitting on the tracks until he realized the animal couldn't get away.
Nick Mullis is from Cochrane, Georgia, and in an interview with DailyMail, he told them, "I poured the warm water under his bottom while a co-worker worked the shovel under his butt to try and break him loose."
It took about five minutes of slowly wiggling the animal loose, and he finally broke himself free. He jumped off of the rail and ran off to the woods, never looking back for a thank you or even as much as a "Thanks" nod.
In the video, you can hear Mullis telling the camera what's going on, "Poor bastard's nuts are frozen to the rail."
After using warm water and the shovel to break the little guy's nuts free from the rail, the video cuts to him running away.
He added that he wasn't surprised by the frozen testes, because it was nearly 0 degrees outside.
'I'm guessing because it was 8 degrees outside somehow he was crossing over the rail and sat too long and got stuck!'
Read more at DailyMail
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