Jan. 30 (UPI) -- An Oklahoma police officer was called to a home in Moore to eject an unwanted trespasser: an opossum.
The Moore Police Department shared body camera footage on Instagram showing Officer Cody Garbani's visit to a home where residents found an intruding opossum.
The animal fled into the yard, where Garbani was able to corner it and grab the opossum, but not before being bitten on the hand.
Garbani released the opossum into a nearby field.
The same officer previously visited another home in September to eject an opossum that entered a home through the dog door.
"Ain't my first time catching opossums around here," Garbani says in the video.