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It may be a little early to start celebrating St. Patrick's Day...but not for this town! Evidently, Mobile, Alabama has a leprechaun roaming the streets at night in one neighborhood. Watch the video:
The interesting part of this is how nobody has actually seen this leprechaun. Even with all the technology available at the scene such as cameras, video recorders and cellular phones, the "leprechaun" has seemed to evade the grips of the public. The amateur sketch really sets the nature of what is happening in the neighborhood. Keep in mind that my normal doodling after drinking relatively heavily one evening may result in a similar drawing.
I think I'll just agree with the lady passing by in her car who says, "Could be a crackhead that got hold to the wrong stuff, and told him to get up in a tree and play a leprechaun." I'm not too certain about the guy suited up near the end with the special "flute" that has been "passed down from thousands of years ago from [his] great great grandfather who was Irish."
If they find the pot of gold, I hope they share with me.
Nearby in Atlanta, Georgia, residents are hiding as many things as they can. Here's a checklist: