reports that a building inspector came out to check the vehicle and discovered this odd scenario. As hilarious as this seems, it wasn't a minor dent. Most of the hood is dented in, and there's even a faint impression of the fish.
Everyone agreed that just slapping the hood with a fish couldn't do that much damage. In order to destroy tt cause that much damage with a carp, it would have to come from up high.
With that in mind, the only viable theory is that an eagle dropped it—unless someone is flying around in a plane and randomly throwing fish out, of course.
While this seems strange, it appears that this happens quite often in Neenah, Wisconsin.
, the Neenah office manager Samantha Jefferson said, "I walked into work, and now I have this irrational fear that I'm going to get hit by a fish, but maybe it's not irrational. It is kind of funny because as it went around City Hall, people were saying that happened at High Cliff last summer, or this just happened to my friend. I think it's more common than we think."
While it's not likely you'll find yourself in this exact scenario—unless you live in the City of Neenah, of course—you may find yourself in a similar situation. One example would be if a tree limb falls on your car. If that's the case, then
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Lisa Steuer McArdle is an insurance writer with over 15 years of experience writing and editing content in a variety of industries, including insurance and personal finance. Lisa specializes in taking deep dives into make and model-specific content that helps car owners and buyers make solid money-saving choices. Lisa has written over 350 articles for Jerry on topics including electric vehicles to classic cars. Before joining Jerry, Lisa worked in various aspects of the printing industry as a content writer, developer, and editor and earned her bachelor’s degree in creative writing from Lycoming College.