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Downing Street Rat Calls On British Prime Minister

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Renegade rodent calls famed 10 Downing Street home.

| February 2, 2011

LONDON, ENGLAND – A few weeks ago a video of a rat on a New York City subway that ran across a rider’s face went viral, being viewed thousands of times across the globe. Not to be outdone, a bold rodent who lives “across the pond” made his presence known at one of the most famous addresses in the world – 10 Downing Street, home of British Prime Minister David Cameron – during a live TV broadcast. To view the BBC report – as well as the “randy” rodent – click here.

Thanks to Frances McKim of PEST magazine for making PCT aware of the video.
 

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