Squirrel cooker responsible for $10K deductible

The company that owns a Holland-area apartment complex said it's holding the man responsible for causing a fire that resulted in an estimated $1.4 million in damages and displaced 29 families.
Oct 25, 2012


Investigators said the Oct. 10 fire at Clear View Apartments in Holland Township was started by a resident burning the fur off a squirrel with a propane torch. Authorities said the man planned to eat the squirrel.

A spokeswoman for the complex's owner said they would hold the man responsible for the complex's $10,000 insurance deductible. Cooking an animal outside on the deck violates the rental agreement, according to the spokeswoman.

Investigators ruled the fire accidental.



Am I the only one who is hearing banjo music?


T thought I heard a hint of Salsa, but maybe I was thinking of sauce for the critter.

Back to the Wall

I hear gongs. And chimes in the pentatonic scale.


wait, the apartment lease didn't have a special rider on it for cooking small rodents on the patio?

Say No To Tourist's

Maybe he took cooking lessons from my ex......


Expensive squirrel filet. A drizzle of garlic or cilantro could have made for an an international recipe perhaps? Perhaps an IQ test for residents is needed too??


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