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A woman has gone viral on TikTok after revealing that she’s been targeted by a very unusual stalker, a squirrel who hasn’t given her privacy in over four years.

In a post shared on TikTok in April, under the username glenda_is_nuts, she revealed that the squirrel, who she calls Glenda, made her first appearance in May 2020, and hasn’t left her life ever since.

The hilarious clip shows Glenda watching the poster sleep, doing her dishes, cooking, working out, and even just walking around the house.

She says in the clip: “I consider this a hostage situation at this point. The negotiations are going terribly, there is just never enough nuts.”

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Squirrel peaks through a window. A woman says she’s been “taken hostage” by a squirrel who hasn’t given her privacy in over four years.

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While Glenda won’t leave the poster alone, most squirrels are scared of humans and steer clear of contact.

According to Wild Animals Central, squirrels only approach us if they’re desperate for food, so if you want to earn their trust you need to be patient and keep feeding them regularly.

While squirrels are usually shy and tend to run away quickly, when they’re scared, they may sometimes resort to aggression when they feel like they can’t escape.

They are able to make loud noises to scare predators away, they can also hoot, grunt, or screech, and they have very sharp claws which they’re not afraid to use should they feel the need to.

The video quickly went viral on social media, getting viewers from across TikTok. It has so far received over 1.8 million views and 220,400 likes on the platform.

One user, Marianhofmann502, commented: “I have one named Alan in New Jersey… same deal… Alan has a squirrel house and he will stand on it and tap his feet annoyingly if I don’t respond immediately…”

Moss_koms said: “My squirrel literally walks around my apartment (I love her, but this is too much. (We have a screen door in front of the main one and she goes through it).”

Truqueenlit added: “A squirrel approached me while I was having coffee on my porch and gestured to let me know it wouldn’t harm me! Then inched closer to beg for the cookies I was eating.”

Newsweek reached out to glenda_is_nuts for comment via TikTok comments. We could not verify the details of the case.

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