There is a grave problem at a British cemetery: Badgers are robbing the graves.
The rascally creatures have tunnelled under coffins and even excavated bones and human remains at Radnor Street Cemetery in Swindon, a city in the southwestern part of England about 181 miles from London.
The graveyard has been around since 1881 and holds 33,000 deceased Brits. It's been only recently, however, that the badgers have become a problem, according to the BBC.
It seems the tenacious badgers have burrowed under numerous graves and bringing bones to the surface, a distressing situation for the relatives of those interred there.