Giant Bigfoot Statue Prompts 911 Calls in NC Town

first_imgStay on target PewDiePie Pulls $50,000 Pledge to Anti-Hate Group After Fan BacklashPolice Arrest Dutch YouTubers for Trespassing Area 51 Site A Bigfoot statue with glowing eyes has prompted many 911 calls in a North Carolina community.The statue, which is located on a rural road in Mocksville, North Carolina, has spooked some residents, who thought it was the mythical creature, CTV News reported.On Friday, Davie County Animal Shelter officials wrote about the statue on Facebook, and said the “handsome fellow” spotted in a nearby wooded area was actually a stationary piece of art, and not a living Sasquatch. They also told people to not call animal control or tie up 911 lines, since the statue is not real.Photo Credit: Davie County Animal Shelter/FacebookDavie County Animal Shelter didn’t disclose who designed the sculpture, however, it does have a creepy appearance. It’s around eight feet tall, and the statue’s eyes have red glass marbles, which could throw off some cars driving by at night. Even though some drivers were concerned about the statue, it’s located on private property, and isn’t breaking local laws, Animal Control Officers (ACOs) told The Charlotte Observer.So if you’re driving on Pine Ridge Road and spot this sculpture in a wooded spot, don’t worry: It’s not really Bigfoot.More on Geek.com:DNA Test Identifies Mysterious Midwestern MammalWoman Unknowingly Bragged About Poaching Deer to Game Warden on Dating AppPasserby Calls 911 on Fake Clark Griswold Christmas Displaylast_img

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