Entertainment – TIME: Renegade Penguin Pair With No Respect for Authority Return to Favored Sushi Spot After Initial Removal

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Renegade Penguin Pair With No Respect for Authority Return to Favored Sushi Spot After Initial Removal http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/time/entertainment/~3/oeEo8uLGQMk/ Jul 16th 2019, 14:24
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You can’t tell penguins that they can’t have something, because it will only make them want it more. And a pair of small mischief-making blue penguins proved exactly that. A sushi spot in Wellington, New Zealand became the unexpected site of a viral penguin hideout where the two birds recently hid beneath the foot truck near Wellington Railway Station. They were “flying under the radar” until someone heard them making “cooing, humming sound” which tipped them off, according to local news. That’s when police stepped in. “Waddling vagrants were removed from their sushi stand refuge by Constable John Zhu,” the police stated on a Facebook page. After they were taken away, they were released into the harbor.

But that was far from the end of it. The repeat offenders came back. In very loud defiance of police, the penguins were found in the same spot, returning at nighttime. They have since been removed again, according to multiple outlets.

These little blue penguins had to be removed from under a sushi store near the Wgtn railway station, not once – but twice. The two little kororā showed a complete disregard for police authority after being removed from under a food truck, and returning later in the day. 😍😍 pic.twitter.com/i728NRe0LP — First Up (@FirstUpRNZ) July 15, 2019

#WATCH Two little blue penguins have been stealing headlines & hearts after been spotted waddling around Wellington. The pair had to be removed from under a sushi bar near the train station not once – but twice. RNZ was there for their 2nd relocationhttps://t.co/q3651nGNQ2 pic.twitter.com/XcdmQZTheg — Morning Report (@NZMorningReport) July 15, 2019

This is the time of year that penguins look for place to lay eggs, which may explain the adventure.

A modest proposal: every major railway station requires a sushi bar, or similar shop, with its own resident blue penguins. https://t.co/X6v4vEgIIr — André Brett (@DrDreHistorian) July 15, 2019

Or perhaps they’re just really big fans of sushi?

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