SERPENTINE, Australia, July 14 (UPI) -- An Australian National Park visitor gave a helping hand to a trash-digging kangaroo that ended up with a popcorn bag stuck on its head.
Glenn Turner posted a video to YouTube showing a pair of kangaroos digging through a trash receptacle at Serpentine National Park.
One of the kangaroos ends up with a popcorn bag stuck on its head and starts thrashing around in an attempt to dislodge the object.
Turner makes sounds with his mouth in attempt to lure the distressed kangaroo away from his cohort so he could help it, but the animal instead hops blindly the other direction, jumping head-first into the man's car.
The man is then able to sneak up on the kangaroo and quickly remove the bag.
Turner wrote in the video's description he "would have helped sooner if [its] mate didn't look like it wanted to Mai-Thai kick me."
The video was recorded in June of last year, but only went viral on YouTube this week.