Mice discovered, testing on humans

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Police have unearthed a research laboratory in which lab-coated white mice were found to be performing tests on human beings.

The mice were working with diseases that are unique to rodents, and were looking for potential cures within a typical sample group of humans. Chief Inspector, Peter Thape was one of the first police officers on the scene, and discovered the nervous humans in lines of cages.

‘It was quite a disturbing site. Each cage had a feeder bottle wedged though the roof. I think they were all linked to a thick-shake machine,’ said Thape.

‘I asked the mice what was going on. They just looked at me and shook their heads; I don’t think they thought they were doing anything wrong,’ added Thape.