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Holy Frozen Gopher Feet, They’re Gone!

Get yer paws up (Photo courtesy cogdogblog/Flickr)

This story begins in Preston MN, where Michael Junge is seeking justice. It seems someone has been stealing his gopher feet. Yep, gopher feet, frozen no less. You see there’s a bounty on them in Fillmore County, an agricultural area where gophers can destroy a field. Junge claims he’s lost almost $4,200 in bounty.

Now authorities have arrested a mother and son duo and accused them of stealing the feet and trying to sell them. Bail is set at $10,000. Can’t you just see them sitting in their cells and a fellow inmate says, “So what’re ya in for?”

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