Rats in my kitchen ate my saucepan - Man narrates; research backs him

Rats in my kitchen ate my saucepan - Man narrates; research backs him

- A man has shared photos to prove how rats in his kitchen were able to devour his metallic saucepan

- The post generated thousands of reactions with many people expressing their doubts on the possibility of such an occurrence

- However, checks conducted by YEN.com.gh show it is an established fact that rats do eat metal

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A gentleman identified on Twitter with the handle @aboladejohn_ has caused a massive stir on social media after indicating that rats in his kitchen ate his saucepan.

According to the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, John said this happened after he travelled for just a month and the rats were overly hungry for food.

Quick checks made by YEN.com.gh around the internet including Toropestny.com show that similar reports have been filed in the past and it has been established that rats are able to feed on metals.

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Rats in my kitchen ate my saucepan - Man narrates; research backs his claim

Rats in my kitchen ate my saucepan - Man narrates; research backs his claim Credit: @aboladejohn
Source: Twitter

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Thousands of people have been commenting and reacting to the eye-popping post since it hit social media.

@francharles_sw6 hilariously said that the post by John is animal brutality and he would like to hear from animal rights activists on the matter.

@BamieCarter who could not believe his eyes upon seeing the post sought to get more clarification from John on the issue while another tweep came along with research to back John.

According to @Irunnia_, if the rats in John's room can eat metals, then sleeping there can cost a man many valuables.

Another interesting report by YEN.com.gh says it has emerged that some patients of COVID-19 who have recovered from the deadly virus are experiencing erectile dysfunction as an aftermath of falling victim to the disease.

According to a pulse.com.gh report, Dr Frank Serebour, who is the vice-president of the Ghana Medical Association made this disclosure in a radio interview on Abusua FM.

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Dr Serebour indicated that reports of sexual weakness have been filed by myriads of recovered COVID-19 patients to physicians all over the country.

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