A coyote has taken up residence in Long Island City and has been stuck on the roof of LIC Bar all day.
The tenants who live above LIC Bar discovered the wild animal this morning when they saw it from their back window, according to Brian Porter, the owner of the bar.
Porter said that they think the coyote entered via a broken window from the old Paragon Paint building and couldn’t get back inside the old building.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
This one's not so wily
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:10 AM
Labels: bars, coyotes, Hunters Point, LIC, roof
It's looking for the Road Runner.
Relocate it in Queens borough hall
Hipsters are morphing now?
Or was it looking for the ACME corporate offices to complain about the inefficiency of their rocket skates?
Tough luck, the Acme building closed down 3 years ago and its now been converted into luxury lofts.
Someone is breeding them and letting them loose, I postulate. The Queens Zoo better build a bigger habitat for this growing pack.
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