A raccoon stranded on the ledge of a building in the United States city of St Paul, Minnesota, captivated onlookers and generated interest on social media after it started scaling an office building.
The furry critter's ascent up the UBS Tower, as it clung only to the building's rough exterior more than 20 stories above the ground, started to stress people out on Twitter.
MPR reporter Tim Nelson tweeted a video of the raccoon "doing a little grooming" from the 23rd floor's ledge, "now that he's a social media star".
The raccoon is now about 20 stories up.
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On the street below, an onlooker thought "Wally" would make a good name for overly ambitious mammal, though Minnesota Public Radio employees - who work across the street - promptly created a hashtag "MPRracoon", which caught on.
Building maintenance got it off the ledge on Tuesday morning, but rather than heading down, the raccoon started scaling the building next door.
CBS Minnesota reports a live trap has been set on the roof, with cat food to lure the raccoon.
There is not a whole lot that St. Paul Animal Control can do because a rescue mission would be too unsafe for both the raccoon and the workers. "We didn't see it and thought, 'It went away - that's great!'" Laurie Brickley told the publication. St. Paul Animal Control believes it may have been there all night before it headed upward.