Dallas, TX -- Residents of the city woke up Monday morning to find a giant bunny ravaging downtown buildings. Al-Qaeda has already claimed responsibility for the attack.
US President George W. Bush , having learned of the attack, immediately urged the city's Citizens to "go about your daily routine" Some residents felt secure after hearing the president's advice, but others were left in doubt. "It is pretty hard to simply ignore the bunny," office worker Albert Compton said, "when there is a 40-foot wide eyeball staring at me through my 32nd floor office window."
The US army failed to either kill the bunny or scare it away. "We tried everything possible that would not risk further damage to the city," General Edward Andrews said, "but it looks like we will just have to get used to him."
The city made arrangements to keep the bunny well fed in hopes a constant supply of food would keep him under control.
"So far the bunny has not started another rampage," Mayor Laura Miller said, "but he must still be dealt with as soon as possible."
The bunny has already flattened several buildings during "peacetime", and has blocked all of the city's major arteries. Still, some citizens try to look on the up side.
"I think it's kind of cute," six-year old Alice Mayes said.
Texas Governor Rick Perry made a trip to the city, which was soon declared a federal disaster area. As more buildings were being demolished, Perry urged everyone to not let the bunny interfere with their daily lives. "Ignore the bunny, or the terrorists win," he said.