Rebecca White says in her lawsuit that employees at a Wal-Mart in Abbeville let a rat-tailed rodent known as a nutria run loose and scare her. She says that not only did employees know it was in their store, but gave it a pet name, Norman, and failed to warn shoppers.
White says she was pushing a full shopping cart down an aisle in October when the nutria ran out from behind a rack. She says she pulled the cart backward in a panicked attempt to protect herself and hurt her back and foot.
A spokeswoman there said the company has not seen the nutria lawsuit, which was filed in state court in Abbeville, but is investigating. The parish nuisance animal control officer said no one has called him about the animal.
Nutria have bright orange buck teeth and can weigh up to 18 pounds. Would-be fur farmers in 22 states imported them in large numbers in the 1930s and '40s, then released them when they proved unprofitable. They proliferated in south Louisiana.
White wants compensation for pain, suffering, mental anguish, fear, disabling injuries, and medical expenses. Her attorney says the surgery bills aren't in yet, but other medical bills totaled nearly $2,000.
Yeah I bet White wants all that compensation ... and I want compensation for my daily concerns for all of humanity in warning them of plots like this.
Nutria are intelligent ... If they've infiltrated the wal marts of the world, it means that they will attack the trailer prone wrung's of society first, which is actually quite brilliant if you ask me ...
Beyond this, 'Norma' the Nutria has somehow convinced humans that it is ok to allow a wild animal to live amongst you ... yet another example of the secret animal mind control weapon ... you have been warned.