Metallic Sasquatch Leads to Flat Tire In Montana
You’ve no doubt heard that Bigfoot statues across the country are falling victim to petty thieves. Most recently, a 7-foot-tall statue (dubbed Mr. Sasquatch) in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio was unbolted and thrown into the back of a Ford Explorer, leading to a town-wide hunt for the stolen faux cryptid.
The incident was caught by a security camera, and Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ (the statue’s home for six years) is still offering $1,000 and a free sandwich to whoever returns Mr. Sasquatch. For now, only signs reading “Come Back Sasquatch!” remain.
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However, while some imitation Bigfeet go missing, others have been turning up in the strangest places.
A tire shop owner in Kalispell, Montana just recently had an unlikely run-in with ‘Sasquatch’ himself. He’d provided a customer with a loaner vehicle, only for said customer to return later with a flat tire, claiming the elusive cryptid was responsible.
“Customer states their right-rear tire is flat because of a Sasquatch…a high-grade metal Sasquatch!”
No, a giant ape-man didn’t chase the customer down and explode his back right tire in a fit of rage. Instead, the tire was punctured by a tiny little metal Sasquatch. Where did it come from? And just how many Bigfoot statues and ornaments exist throughout the United States? I’ll keep you posted.