A rabbit – which looks to be someone's pet – has been rescued by north-east mechanics.
Staff at Newburgh Motors found the bunny tucked away under the bonnet of a Vauxhall Corsa.
And now mechanic Dave Gordon has temporarily adopted the rabbit who is currently sat happily "eating carrots and lettuce with some water".
Dave said: "The car was brought in for its MOT and I pulled it up onto the ramp.
"I started to check it over when I spotted a white shape tucked away behind the radiator grill and licence plate.
"At first I thought the owner had hit a rabbit.
"I got my torch out and noticed it was still breathing, so I took the front bumper apart to get it out.
"It seems ok, it must have just climbed in because its cosy.
"The rabbit is now sat in a cage eating carrots and lettuce with some water."
The garage are hoping to reunite the pet with its owners, and have put out an appeal on Facebook.