An elderly man in New Hampshire found an unpleasant surprise lurking in his iPad case he sat down for reading the news – an amber knot.
Last week, 86-year-old Roy Syvertson sat in his favorite chair to read the news on his iPad. Little did he know that between the case and the screen was an unwanted guest, a small bat that had squeezed the case.
"[The iPad] was between my knees, tight as it may be!" said Syvertson to WBZ television journalist Kristina Rex. Syvertson was only a warning to the bat's presence after he had a bite on his index finger. "Like a bi-plug. It was pretty shock," he said about the bite.
Syvertson quickly talked a picture of the bat before he left it outside his home. The next day he returned to find the bat in the same place, dead, warning him that the situation was a little more serious than the first thought.
Syvertson notified his local Fish and Gaming Department, which confirmed that the bat was violent. Syvertson had to undergo a series of rabies shots but will make a full recovery.
"I really hope people see this, will talk to their children and say," Look, if you see an animal that wants to be friends, don't touch it. Don't go near it. & # 39; & # 39; Syvertson warned parents and hoped to help them avoid the same fate.
Syvertson was able to hold a positive attitude towards the situation.
"I finally ended up how he came in," he shot at the camera, "he stole my password."