So, you’re riding down the highway in Australia and hit a kangaroo. The poor animal is suffering. It’s going to die. What to do? Here’s what Andrew Pollock did:
I decided that the best thing I could do was put it out of its misery, which was not something I was really happy about doing, as if you haven’t already figured out, I’m a bit of an animal lover. I returned to the car to find something to do the deed with, and the only thing I could think of was the steering wheel lock. So I grabbed that and went back to the kangaroo. Problem was, I just couldn’t do it. I raised it a few times to take a swing at the back of the head, but I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. I ended up going back to get the car to try and finish it off with that. I ran over it once, and as I was turning the car around to head back off in the right direction again, I noticed it was still moving, so I ran over it again. I couldn’t bring myself to check again after that. It was the first kangaroo I’ve ever hit, and Sarah and I were both a bit traumatised from the experience.