Since the end of last year the Occupy Honolulu “sit in” located around Thomas Square park has appeared to have gone feral. Honolulu Academy of Art Docent, Milicent Schniz-Berger said the nesting activity was initially mistaken for outdoor artwork. “We tried spraying and removing the nests, but they reappeared within a couple of days,” said Ms. Schniz-Berger. “The city really must do something before it really get’s out of control.”
The growing number of feral citizens has created some serious problems for museum goers says Schniz-Burger. “The little ones are up in the trees all day hooting and shrieking and they like to pee on the visitors.”
The current population appears to be descended from the original Occupy Honolulu participants from two years ago, but have since reverted to primitive tribal behavior after the checks from George Soros stopped coming. Unable to purchase new tents from K-Mart, the “occupiers” started building their own shelters and catching pigeons for food. The last individual capable of speech disappeared earlier this year.