GREENWICH, Conn., May 16 (UPI) -- Authorities in Connecticut said a dead rabbit was found in the bathroom at a school in the hometown of an actress who once famously boiled a rabbit in a film.
A school resource officer for Greenwich High School said a 17-year-old student was arrested for creating a public disturbance after a dead rabbit was found in a boys' bathroom urinal, shelton.patch.com reported Monday.
"The rabbit caused alarm to school staff. The rabbit was roadkill and offended students," the officer wrote in the arrest summons.
Greenwich is the hometown of actress Glenn Close, who famously boiled a rabbit while playing stalker Alexandra Forrest in 1987's "Fatal Attraction."