A bunny is wanted dead or alive -- hopefully dead -- for cheerfully chewing its way through tons of prized leeks and turnips.
Sharp-shooters have been brought in to defend allotment patches in Northumberland suffering from a real-life "curse of the were-rabbit".
The ravenous giant rabbit, named after the famed Wallace and Gromit character, is reported to have ripped up dozens of prize-winning leeks and turnips.
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