April 16, 2015 11:35 am
Updated: April 16, 2015 12:06 pm

Raccoon climbs Toronto crane, poops on machine deck

A city raccoon climbed up over 200 metres to possibly get a better view of Toronto while relieving itself on a crane.

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TORONTO – A city raccoon climbed up over 200 metres to possibly get a better view of Toronto while relieving itself on a crane.

Crane operator Rob MacFarlane captured a photo of the raccoon Thursday morning and shared it on Twitter.

The critter climbed about 213 metres apparently to use a washroom with a view.

Of course, the image of the raccoon, dubbed “Little Mac,” is making the rounds on the Internet.

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The critter apparently made its way back down and “found somewhere else to sleep all day” MacFarlane tweeted.

This isn’t MacFarlane’s first image that has captured the Internet’s attention. He’s well-known for sharing incredible images of Toronto’s skyline.

Here’s a look:

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