Squirrels store nuts under the bonnet of a SUV
Chris Persic who lives in Pennsylvania had an unfortunate day. His wife Holly had called him telling him there was something wrong with car - making a noise and smelt like it was burning. He had asked her to stop the car and check under the bonnet. The picture (below) she sent was something I don't think anyone has seen before.
Chris and Holly Persic on Facebook.
There were over 200 hundred walnuts and grass under the bonnet. He was at another location after having his truck towed, due to problems that could have been caused by a squirrel who chew/pull out the fuel injector hose. So he got a rental from his location and headed to the location of his wife.
To clean everything under the bonnet it took him nearly an hour. After clearing up the mess, Chris Persic offered this piece for advice - "if you park outside, do yourself a favor and check under the hood every once in awhile.".
I think this is the best piece of advice given by a person about parking outside. He goes on to say that his wife's SUV looked like the squirrel(s) were storing nuts for the next 3 winters.