Mac & Mac's Pick: Hare-port troubles

By WEEK Producer

February 15, 2013 Updated Feb 15, 2013 at 11:31 PM CDT

DENVER, CO. -- The worry is bunnies browsing on your vehicle in the airport car-park.

Yes, it's happening at the Denver International Airport.

Apparently rabbits are lured by the warmth provided under car hoods and wind up chewing on the insulator portion of ignition cables.

Damage on the cars can run from several hundred into the thousands of dollars.

In order to reduce the number of bunny attacks on the cars, more fencing will be installed to make it harder for the animals to burrow under.

Additionally, Fox and coyote urine pellets are being handed out...in fact, travelers have been given the substance by merchants to coat their car's electrical wires.