Psycho Rabbit Injures Biker

September 19, 2008

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The killer rabbit who viciously attacked then President Jimmy Carter in April, 1979 may have struck again, this time in Kansas.

News outlets in Topeka are reporting that Joshua Patton, 33, of Abilene, KS was innocently riding his motorcycle on Indy Road in Dickinson County about 3:15 in the afternoon September 16 when he was ambushed by a rabbit. The rabbit leaped into the road and charged Patton’s bike.

Unprovoked Attack

Patton attempted to avoid the deranged and dangerous leporid. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Patton locked up his brakes and went over the high side. Patton was injured and transported to a hospital in Abilene, The extent of his injuries was not disclosed.

The rabbit is still at large and police have yet to issue a description of the animal.

Rabbit May Have Struck Before

Informed sources have speculated that this may be the same rabbit that attacked Carter in Georgia. Carter was fishing when that rabbit attempted to hijack his boat. At the time that rabbit was described as “hissing menacingly” with its “teeth flashing” and its “nostrils flared.”

That rabbit was never apprehended but photographs taken at the time of the incident indicate that it might have been a cottontail.

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6 Responses to “Psycho Rabbit Injures Biker”

  1. (btb) back to basics Says:

    Hit one of those bastards one time. Their flesh sure stink when it hits the pipes.

  2. Stevo Says:

    The pigs are apparently searching for a ‘Bunny Barger’ of ‘The Bun-didos MC’ is relation to this vicious attack.

  3. Base Says:

    Those damn killer bunnies, they just needed the holy hand grenade.

  4. Arctic Says:

    I had a rabbit once…tasted like Chicken.

  5. anon Says:

  6. Mike Says:

    I seem to recall a story about the Knights of the Round table having an encounter with a killer rabbit while out questing. Could be the same genus?

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