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Saturday, April 9, 2016

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Huge 2ft SUPER-RAT is caught by pest controller after panicked homeowners see vermin running across their patio 
  • The huge creature was captured inside home in Humberston, Lincolnshire
  • Vermin was eventually nabbed by pest control after series of traps were set
  • It comes after huge foot-long rats were found in Grimsby home last month 
PUBLISHED: 10:06 GMT, 9 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:00 GMT, 9 April 2016

A giant super rat 'the same size as a toddler' has been captured by stunned pest control experts.

The rodent, which measures a whopping two-foot long, was captured at an address in Humberston, Grimsby, after controllers were called in to deal with reports of vermin scuttling along the patio.

S.W.A.T. Total Pest Control owner Jeff Sullivan, 58, confirmed that the rat is the biggest one he's encountered in his 18 years working in the sector.

The ex-Royal Engineer, said: 'There is a lot of misrepresentation with guys taking photos of rats with mobile phones and holding it out at an extreme arms-length to create the illusion that it's bigger than it really is
A massive 2ft super-rat has been caught by a pest controller after panicked homesowners witnessed the vermin running across their patio
The huge creature was captured in Humberston, Lincolnshire, after being spotted in Church Road

'But this is the real deal, it's the largest rat I've ever seen.'

Jeff revealed that the rats are feasting on high-protein food - including dog faeces - which is causing the rodents to bulk up to their mammoth sizes.

A lethal combination of the rats gorging on food found in rubbish including maize, which contains vitamin k - an antidote to many poisons, and warmer conditions is breeding a verminous army rats that home owners can't kill.

This particular rat was captured by S.W.A.T Total Pest Control technician Spencer Harris (pictured) using traps - the most eco-friendly way of dealing with vermin.

Jeff said: 'Infestations like this are a serious public health issue.

'Rats carry around 35 diseases such as leptospirosis and rat bite fever and urinate as they travel.
'Due to their tolerance of shop-bought poisons the only real way of tackling the problem is to contact a fully qualified pest controller.' 
It was eventually nabbed by S.W.A.T. Total Pest Control technician Spencer Harris, picured, after a number of traps were set around the property

1 comment:

  1. perasuah gergasi bila mau tangkap
    tangkap cepat jangan bagi banyak cakap


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