A group of thugs were captured hurling dead rabbits at a man’s house and car in a sickening driveaway attack.
The incident was captured on CCTV in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, with several homes attacked, according to Nuneaton and Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch volunteers.
It shows a vehicle pulling up in the street outside a house and four people exiting.
The group then begin pelting the house with the dead animals, also managing to hit a car parked in the driveway as they do so.
The horrifying incident lasts just a few seconds before the group gets back into the vehicle and quickly drives away.
Twitter users were quick to comment on the footage, which has garnered 37,300 views so far.
One person wrote: “This has to be the most chav British crime I’ve ever seen.”
A second user quipped, “Hare-raising experience.”
While a third person chimed, “What a hare-brained thing to do.”
In a statement, Nuneaton and Bedworth Neighbourhood Watch volunteers said: “We have been made aware of a significant amount of dead wildlife appearing overnight in the St Nicolas area.
“Animals such as rabbits, hares and pheasants have been found on several drives across a number of streets.
“They appear to have been placed rather than thrown or via natural occurrence.
“At this time it is not known how they died.
“If the animals are on your property, place them in a black bin liner, use gloves, and place them out of reach of other animals until the police get back to you,” the post reads.
“If they are found on public land, report them to the council. Do not put them in your black bin.”
In a statement Warwickshire Police said: “Police received a report of a number of dead animals being found on a property in Milby Drive in Nuneaton.
“The incident is believed to have taken place around 11.45pm on Saturday evening (31 October) when it is reported four people pulled up to the property in a car and threw the animals onto the driveway.
“Investigating officers believe it to be an isolated incident at this time. Enquiries are ongoing and officers are keen to speak to anyone who saw anything or was in the area when the incident occurred.”
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting incident 111 of 1 November.