The suspect was chasing people and trying to hop in their vehicles.

Megan Schaltegger

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We're all losing it (at least a little) in quarantine, but some are taking this new restrictive lifestyle harder than others. Case in point: an "aggressive chicken" that's terrorizing people at a bank in Walker, Louisiana. 

The suspect in question, which has been described by police officials as reddish-tan, 18 inches tall, and weighing between 6 and 8 pounds, has been reportedly chasing down customers, harassing them at the ATM and drive-thru, and trying to hop into cars. Clearly, this is more than a case of failed social distancing. 

The menace is wanting on charges of assault, attempted battery, attempted burglary, terrorizing, and ignoring an order of the Governor, the police department cheekily posted to its Facebook account Saturday. Maybe the guy's just starved for some social attention? Can't say I blame him -- or don't relate myself.

Despite patrolling the area after the call, officers were unable to locate the chicken. The department warns against anyone confronting or engaging with the wanted fowl, "given the chicken's history of aggressive behavior." 

In all honesty though, the criminal bird is kinda doing us all a service. We should be staying home anyways, whether we're avoiding a crazed chicken or not. 

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