People can be afraid some strange things. There is an actual fear peanut butter sticking to the roof your mouth. The latest thing to have caused fear people in Poland is a croissant. The French, crescent-shaped roll made flaky pastry scared some residents the Polish city of Krakow. They mistook the pastry a kind of dangerous animal. They called for help to get the "animal" removed a tree opposite their apartment building. The residents were so worried that they kept their windows closed a couple of days. The Krakow Animal Welfare Society wrote its Facebook account that a woman called authorities to report the unidentified "predator" sitting the tree.
Animal welfare officers phoned residents the building. They asked them to describe the animal. One resident mistook the croissant a bird of prey; another said the pastry was a kind lizard. One welfare officer explained what happened. He said he went to the housing estate where the residents lived to check the strange animal. He reported that he spotted a "brown creature sitting a lilac branch," and that its "brown coat was shining the sun". He added: "The poor little guy had no legs or head." When he discovered that the strange beast was a croissant, he was "almost swept his feet a laughing attack". He said it was better to be safe than sorry and to report any sightings strange animals.