Repairmen Show Up To Antenna That Suddenly Stops Working, Then Open It And Can't Believe What Pours Out
Holly Reyes 10/6/2017
It's no doubt that repairmen run into many bizarre situations, but this one may have surpassed them all. Repairmen received a big surprise when they were called to fix an antenna at the Bear Creek Microwave Site.
Upon their arrival, they were ready to fix the problem. However, it was not one that they could have ever expected. Most everyone could not believe what was wrong with the antenna and the source of the problem.
Being outside, it's completely normal for the weather to interfere with communications signals, since the rain, wind, and more have their way of damaging antennas like this. As soon as the repairmen took a closer look, they realized it had nothing whatsoever to do with the weather.
They could hardly believe their eyes when they saw what was interrupting the signals. It was crazy!
Contrary to what many people would believe to have caused the problem, these men suspected that it was a woodpecker. It is true that squirrels love to hide their food away in obscure places, but this time it was most likely woodpeckers who filled the antenna to the brim with food.
In fact, the antennae's cover was bulging with their overwintering snack. It was no wonder that the antennae wouldn't work!
To all of us, what these repairmen were working on was an antenna, but to all the woodpeckers brave enough to use it for themselves, they considered it the prime food storage spot. No one knows how long it took to fill it with acorns, but seeing how long it took to empty the antenna, it's clear that it took a very long time.