Chicago Resident Fills Rat Hole with Cement, but Locals Dig It Out Again with Spoons and License Plates: Quirky Street Tradition Continues

In a quirky turn of events, a Chicago resident decided to fill a notorious rat hole on their street with cement, hoping to put an end to the longstanding neighborhood nuisance.

Locals Uncover the Sealed Rat Hole

However, the effort was short-lived as resourceful locals, undeterred by the cement barrier, began excavating the rat hole using unconventional tools such as spoons and even license plates.

Resilient Neighborhood Tradition

For residents of the area, this peculiar activity of sealing and unsealing the rat hole has become somewhat of a tradition, adding a unique charm to the street.

Despite attempts to permanently seal it off, the rat hole continues to resurface, much to the delight of the community.

Community’s Perspective

One local resident expressed, “It’s always been a fun part of the street,” highlighting the community’s fondness for this quirky tradition that brings neighbors together in a lighthearted manner.

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