Kangaroo Stalked Woman For Two Days, Then Beat Her Up / by

In other weird news of the week, a local Australian woman is recovering from injuries after she was attacked by a stray kangaroo. The attack left the woman with a 12" scar. She said before the kangaroo attacked her, it had stalked her outside of her home for nearly two days.

But it doesn't end there, after she was attacked, the species came for her husband. But he was smart and grabbed a shovel which kept the kangaroo at a safe distance. The local police issued a permit to kill the kangaroo but it hasn't been seen since the attacks. Read more below.

An Australian woman says she was "stalked" for two days by an angry kangaroo, which finally attacked, leaving her with a 12-inch scar.

"It was lucky it was cool weather and I had two layers of clothing; otherwise it could have been worse," Kirrily McWilliams said.

The (Sydney) Daily Telegraph reports that McWilliams called the National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) to report that the female eastern gray kangaroo was lurking outside her home, in Port Macquarie in New South Wales. But wildlife officials reportedly told her to simply ignore the kangaroo and that it would move on.

Instead, the kangaroo attacked her 143-pound mastiff dog the next day.
And the day after that, the kangaroo assaulted McWilliams as she was headed out to her car, on the way to pick up her daughter from school. When McWilliams saw the kangaroo approaching to attack, she curled into a ball on the ground.

"If you stand and confront them, they can easily tear you apart because that's what they do to each other," she told the paper.

But that wasn't the end of the animal's rampage. While McWilliams sat in the hospital recovering from her injuries, the kangaroo attempted to attack her husband. However, he was able to get grab a shovel, which he used to keep the animal at a safe distance.

The NPWS finally issued a 48-hour permit to kill the kangaroo, but it has since disappeared.
"I'm for protecting kangaroos, but there seems to be nothing in place to help people," McWilliams said. "I had to be injured before they did anything. I have three children, and it could have been one of them."

They must have did something to piss that kangaroo off! Mammals aren't stupid and they have great memory. It didn't stalk that woman outside of her house for an entire two days for the fun of it. She was waiting for the perfect time to K.O. her ass. As soon as she walked out of her house, the kangaroo ran up on her like a bitch on the streets would and threw punches.

Then it tried to come for the husband. I swear it was seeking revenge. I'm sure that kangaroo saw other people plenty of times and didn't do anything to them. It wanted that particular family for some odd reason. Well, at least the family is okay.