- Publish Date
- Thursday, 4 June 2015, 10:39AM
Now how's that for a freaking headline!
At a Hooters in Florida, a group of employees noticed two ducks causing a scene outside of the restaurant around a storm drain.
The employees then discovered six duckings trapped down the 25-foot-long drain, and unable to escape to be reunited with their parents. Flash floods are very common in Florida and the duckings were in serious danger of being of being drowned by a waterfall into the drain.
The Hooters crew attached a fry basket to a pole and used it to fish out the trapped ducklings, much to the stress of the on looking parents. Once removed from the drain, the ducklings and parents were reunited in a nearby pond and a disney like ending was complete!
Local wildlife here, may be happy with the news of the Hooters franchise possibly opening soon in New Zealand.