Another day in Toronto, another raccoon sighting in the city.
On Thursday morning, Ryerson University tweeted about their latest tresspasser, a local raccoon.
“Someone must have been tired after their workout,” wrote the school.
The racoon was resting above one of the University’s indoor signs in Kerr Hall North, which forced the school to shut down the swimming pool area for a bit.
“RAC swimming pool area will be closed off until friendo here is safely escorted out of the premises,” they said.
And soon after, the raccoon was gone, presumably to find less public accomidations.
“Our raccoon friend is gone & the RAC back turnstile is good to use again… for now.”
Someone must have been tired after their workout 🤔🤔🤔 ‼ Kerr Hall North / Ryerson Theatre area / RAC swimming pool area will be closed off until friendo here is safely escorted out of the premises 🐾 pic.twitter.com/ESEnzGWIPP
— Ryerson Recreation (@RURecreation) May 9, 2018