Raccoon Invades West Warwick Porch, Gorges Self On Fruit Dinner

WEST WARWICK, R.I. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A furry visitor on a West Warwick back porch made himself at home as a man and his son watched through a sliding glass door. The Chojnowski’s had left cut up fruit out on their back porch for an opossum they had spotted earlier.

That's when the raccoon, who five-year-old JJ Chojnowski named "Chicken Wing," started munching on the fruit as the family watched.

The raccoon stuck around for about fifteen minutes as the family watched. Father Jay Chojnowski says he understand this was a one-time encounter, and that wild animals shouldn't be fed by humans.

WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe (@KimWBZ) reports:

be fed by humans.

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(Photo: Jay Chojnowski)

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