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‘Feisty’ koala sneaks into Australian man’s car enjoying the AC,’ refuses to leave, wild video shows

connectVideoKoala cools off in an air-conditioned car in Adelaide, Australia

An Australian man learned two valuable lessons while making a pit stop in a vineyard near Adelaide to check on the fruit: never leave your car with the doors open and always be on the lookout for troublemaker koalas.

Tim Whitrow, a local winery, was shocked to discover a furry creature chilling in his vehicle just minutes after he stepped outside with his dog.

He could see a shadow of the animal from a short distance. When he returned to the car to take a look, he was shocked to discover a “spicy” koala standing upright on the back seat.

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“When you leave your car with the doors open in a vineyard koalas jump in the car … we’re going to let him go,” Whitrow explained in a minute long video clip that he shared on social media.

He moved his car to a nearby bush in an attempt to seduce the wild marsupial to return to the nature. But the task was more difficult than he first thought.

“I’m going to try to get the boy out of my car, but he just doesn’t want to come,” Whitrow is that to explain in the footage. “Come on, boy. Can I get you to come out of my car?”

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The koala is seen staring at Whitrow, refuse to accept his offer to have some water. At one point, the koala bear swatted at the man with his arm when he tried to lead him out of the vehicle.

“I really need you to get out of my car,” Whitrow instructs the koala moved to the front seat.

He climbed on the man’s dashboard, allowing the cool air to touch his fur.

“You’re making this very difficult,” Whitrow remarks, noting that the koala is “very strong” and the destruction of his dash.

As soon as the creature does his grip, Whitrow pulls him down, and he lashed out, that in the bushes.

“It took a fair bit of convincing for the tough little man,” Whitrow admitted in a Facebook post, that has since gathered more than 5,400 shares, adding that the koala was “to enjoy the AC.”

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