Next time you're at a bank machine, it may be worth checking over your shoulder for critters. Once again, a Toronto raccoon has been captured on camera getting a little too close for comfort β€” this time at a TD bank machine.

The raccoon is seen climbing up the ATM, even hanging onto customers' legs as they look to withdraw money, and just overall having a hard time finding the exit. Or maybe it was hoping to note some PINs for future use? We wouldn't put it past these animals.

While these little guys are typically only active overnight, this rather brash raccoon came out smack in the middle of the day to entertain(?) Torontonians running their errands. 

The video was captured by Instagram user Rochelle Clarke and has gained attention in recent days as the latest example of how trash pandas just don't care who they bother. It's a bit less chill than the one that was filmed kicking back on a Toronto woman's couch last month.

Racoons are not the only critter in the city making waves in 2020. Earlier this year, a family of foxes caught the attention of residents after choosing Woodbine Beach as their home.

 
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