| 16 May 2021, Sunday | النسخة العربية

“Biggest rabbit in the world” was stolen from its owner in Britain

British police said that the rabbit that was declared  “the largest in the world” had been stolen from his girlfriend’s home in Worcestershire.

Police believe that the rabbit, who is 129 cm long, named Darius, was taken from a barn in the garden of the house in the “Stolton” area last Saturday night.

The rabbit got its title from the Guinness Book of Records in 2010 for being the largest of its kind.

Its owner, Annette Edwards, offered a reward of 1,000 pounds for his return, saying it was a “very sad day,” according to the British newspaper, The Guardian.

“Please bring him back,” Edwards told those who took Darius. “He is too old to multiply now.”

The police appealed to the people for help, and asked those with any information about Darius to call their stations.