Last week, a hedgehog was rescued from a potato chip bag outside a supermarket in Weston-super-Mare (in Somerset, on England's west coast). Apparently he had burrowed in there to get warm, and then people were like, why does that crisp packet keep moving, not like in the wind moving but has a hedgehog inside it moving? (Brits call potato chips "crisps" and wrappers "packets" because they are adorable.) The hedgehog, who is now fine, was named Crispian.
Here's where it starts getting weirder: Crispian was saved by a hedgehog rescue organization. Yes, England's western counties have their very own hedgehog-saving league.