Police question bunny-costume-wearing Oklahoma man 

Some bunny got pulled over!

Specifically, a young man in a pink rabbit costume, sans mask, according to a report in The Woodward News. On Nov. 19, police were summoned to the city's McDonald's restaurant because visiting Elk City students had complained of being harassed by the would-be Peter Cottontail. 

How did he harass them? Get this: He drove around their parked school bus. The nerve!

The article states that since the fuzz did not witness this heinous circular path, the man was not arrested once they caught up with him later, hopping along in his Mazda convertible. But Lt. Monty Martin didn't let him scamper off completely: "We kind of got on to him," he told the paper. "I told him, 'You need to act your age.' I told him, 'We didn't do that kind of stuff up here.'"

Heavens, no! But do you know what they do do up in Western Oklahoma? (Heh-heh, we said "do do.") According to same-day headlines in The Woodward News, they "use shoeboxes to spread joy," worry about safety "when enjoying holiday meals" and keep their eyes "out for Whooping Cranes."

Yawn! Call us crazy, but a dose of furries may be just what Woodward needs. 

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