New York, NY-- Swarms of fleas and other vermin from Mother Nature have brought a quick end to the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park. All of the dirty protesters found themselves being eaten alive by insect pests and hungry rats. Mother Nature doesn't like filth, and she doesn't take any prisoners when she's cleaning.
The plague of insects attacked the protesters as they were crawling out of their beds, just before their free lunch at noon. Billions of hungry fleas descended on the protesters in a thick, buzzing cloud. The fleas engorged themselves on the juicy protesters; their itchy bites driving everybody insane.
"But, but, but it's not fair!" screamed one young long-haired protester. Mother Nature is supposed to be on our side!" she yelled. The fleas were so thick upon her, they even covered her eyeballs.
A second wave of insects soon descended on the crowd in the park. Millions of cockroaches, many over six-inches long, swarmed upon the protesters. The filthy brown bugs began eating anything that the fleas left behind. Giant hissing cockroaches, fresh from Madagascar, joined in the feast.
A short time later, rats came up from the subways to join in the fun. The three-foot rats even ate the bones of the protesters, until there was nothing left in the park but a lingering smell of body odor.
After the carnage, a light rain fell on the park. The air sparkled with freshness and the sun shone through the autumn-colored trees. Mother Nature appeared, and walked among the ruins of the protesters' camp.
"I don't like dirty, lazy people. I'm glad they're gone." laughed Mother Nature. "Life is unfair, get used to it."