However, I don't think any of our rustling activities were anywhere as strange as the camel rustling mentioned in this article from Listverese.
Gorgeous Camel Rustling
In 2010, thieves attached ropes to five valuable camels on a Saudi Arabian farm and pulled the bewildered beasts through the gates into a getaway vehicle. These abducted camels were particularly valuable because they had previously won beauty contests. In Saudi Arabia, camels are prized for their beauty, especially if they have pretty eyes, fine cheekbones, and an affectionate nature.
The camels in question were collectively worth a staggering 15 million Saudi riyals, which equates to over $4 million. The daring thieves were caught only a few days later, and the camels were returned.
Some Asian workers staying in Saudi Arabia were also arrested for camel rustling the same year after abducting a camel, beating it to death with iron bars, and feasting on one of its legs. Strangely, two camels were likewise rustled from a farm in Columbia, Missouri, in early March 2015.
Now I know that I am not too familiar with all of the states, but I had know idea that camel rustling was a thing in Missouri! Heck, I didn't even know they had camels in Missouri!
Cpffee in the kitchen this morning, OK? Rain coming our way.