Stunning video of a wild animal wandering through a grocery store leaving bystanders shocked

horrified shoppers saw something in a grocery store they definitely shouldn’t have.

In Melbourne, Australia, a strange animal was caught on camera crawling through the shelves while passers-by looked on in disgust.

The strange animal was spotted getting involved with the meat department


The strange animal was spotted getting involved with the meat departmentPhoto credit: TikTok / Gracecarra
It was moving dangerously fast, which probably made it difficult to catch with the


It was moving dangerously fast, which probably made it difficult to catch with the “plastic bag.”Photo credit: TikTok / Gracecarra

Grace Carratelli, 23, and her sister, 29, caught the creature as it happily browsed Flesh Island in search of food.

The spectators were stunned and suspected that it was a free-roaming dog.

Grace’s sister originally thought she was staring at a rat before she was “shocked” to find she’d spotted a misplaced possum.

The Melbourne food technologists couldn’t believe what they saw.

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“I saw the possum running all the way down the meat section and I was like – ‘Oh my god, yuck’ – I was actually pretty scared!”

She added, “I didn’t know who to tell, but I found a young girl working at the grocery store.”

The young employee then ran to break the news of the intruder to her manager. They returned with reinforcements and a “plastic bag” to try to restrain the possum.

Grace’s sister left before she found out what happened to the possum after it was caught, but she hoped it would be “safely” returned to the wild.

The viral video was posted on TikTok and has already garnered 82,000 likes as people around the world stopped to admire the animal.

Its size amazed people on the app, with one user commenting, “That looks like a baby kangaroo.”

Another offered: “Where is the horse going?”

A third joked: “Is that a dog?”.

In another wild story, a tourist comes from Australia was horrified when she was held at “gunpoint” while on holiday, herded into a car and blindfolded.

However, all was not what it seemed.

In Perth, a daring businesswoman caused trouble when she put up a giant billboard featuring her scantily clad self.

The Australian model didn’t care that she placed herself at the center of controversy for promoting her OnlyFans account in the heart of the city.


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