Sushi lovers know that cravings for the fishy dish are practically unattainable to beat, making it all of the extra comprehensible {that a} pair of penguins in New Zealand have been formally apprehended by authorities for repeatedly sneaking across the grounds of a sushi truck.

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On Monday night, Wellington District Police (WDP) introduced that two “waddling vagrants” had been briefly detained after making themselves at residence beneath a neighborhood sushi truck — their second act of trespassing on the premises that day, The Guardian experiences.

A pair of "vagrant" blue penguins have been forcibly removed after waddling into a New Zealand sushi shop and refusing to leave. (Shawnee Kim via AP)

A pair of “vagrant” blue penguins have been forcibly eliminated after waddling right into a New Zealand sushi store and refusing to depart. (Shawnee Kim by way of AP)

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A sushi truck staffer first observed one thing was amiss after listening to a “cooing, buzzing” sound coming from close to the nice and cozy grills beneath the cellular meals truck.

Reps for the WDP wrote on-line that Constable John Zhu shortly responded to the scene “after sensing one thing fishy.”

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The wanderers had been quickly recognized as little blue penguins, as per HuffPost, and launched again into the wild of Wellington Harbor. Police labored with the Division of Conservation and the Wellington Zoo to ship the adventurous birds again to sea.

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Police worked with the Department of Conservation and the Wellington Zoo to send the adventurous birds back to sea. (TVNZ via AP)

Police labored with the Division of Conservation and the Wellington Zoo to ship the adventurous birds again to sea. (TVNZ by way of AP)

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“It’s fairly insane the concept some penguins are tenting out underneath your store,” sushi store employee Wini Morris advised Radio NZ of the wild story. “But it surely’s lovable I feel – they’re most likely terrified however it’s lovable.”

Little blue penguins usually begin in search of nesting spots in July and begin laying eggs in August.

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The Related Press contributed to this report.

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