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K-Town teen in bunny suit raises police alarm

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K-Town teen in bunny suit raises police alarm
File photo of an unrelated bunny costume: DPA
09:00 CEST+02:00
For a second there, Kaiserslautern police thought a girl in a bunny suit was part of the new Ocean's 14 as she entered a bank. But it wasn't quite so.

The Rhineland-Palatinate city of Kaiserslautern was in turmoil on Wednesday over a 15-year-old girl who entered a bank wearing a bunny costume, Western Palatinate police reported.

Upon spotting her, a concerned driver immediately called the police, thinking the disguised individual would rob the place.

Little did he know that the facility had no more than one cash machine to target.  

The police were alarmed nevertheless and sent multiple patrol cars to the scene.

But when they arrived, the bunny was gone.

Searching the area for further clues, police stumbled upon a girl in a bunny costume at the door of a neighbourhood home.

When asked by the police, she reported that she had come back from walking her dog a couple of minutes ago.

The reason why she was dressed as a large rabbit: she had only moved in a few days before and the costume was the only thing she had to wear that wasn't packed away or in the wash.

SEE ALSO: Fugitive K-Town cow outwits police for 4 weeks before capture 

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