'She likes the French fries': Camel surprises Vegas In-N-Out staff with appearance at drive thru

'She likes the French fries': Camel surprises Vegas In-N-Out staff with appearance at drive thru
A camel being walked through a fast food drive-through in Las Vegas (abc news/Screenshot)

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: French fries are a favourite dish of many people who view it as a type of comfort food. However, you might be surprised to learn that there is a camel who enjoys fast food just as you do. In a viral video, a camel is seen being walked through a fast food drive-through in Las Vegas, leaving the staff in awe.

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Brandon Nobles, dromedary camel Fergie's handler, took her to buy some salty snack rather than letting her roam the Nevada desert. The camel bestowed an unforgettable moment for the workers of the In-N-Out Burger outlet in Las Vegas on October 4, Tuesday.

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The 14-year-old animal was rescued by Brandon from a Colorado household, and since then he has taken her around other fast food outlets, drawing a lot of attention. Fergie has developed a liking for chips after visiting outlets like Wendy's and Einstein Bros Bagels multiple times. "She likes the French fries," Brandon remarked.

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Brandon Nobles informed bystanders that the 14-year-old camel named Fergie was rescued from her previous Colorado home. The camel is the main attraction on Brandon's Jeffrys Farm Instagram account, which has over 1,500 animal enthusiasts as followers. "We love our neighbors and how supportive they are of Fergie and her adventures!," Brandon captioned a photo of Fergie in a sports shop.

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In response to a video showing the camel visiting Wendy's in August, Brandon wrote, "Fergie strikes again!! We made lots of friends with at our friendly neighborhood Wendy’s!"

Another animal that was held in high regard was a sacred crocodile that spent 70 years swimming in the same temple's pond. Babiya, the "vegetarian" crocodile, became a sort of deity by devouring rice and jaggery offerings at the Sree Ananthapadmanabha Swamy Temple in Kumbla, Kerala, India.

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The reptile was discovered dead in the shrine's pond recently. Temple staff members took it and put it in a mobile freezer to prevent Babiya's body from deteriorating until mourners had a chance to bid her farewell.

Hundreds of people, including the people's representatives, paid their respects as Babiya was kept on exhibit for the public inside the freezer. The crocodile was covered with wreaths and floral tributes. Temple authorities said the crocodile was buried in a location that could be used for future memorial construction.

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Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.

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