I'm not crazy, doctor. There really is a cat in my wall.
A Brooklyn man found himself locked up in a loony bin for four days after he smashed down walls in three apartments trying to rescue a fugitive feline.
Muth couldn't catch Rumi from that hole either, so he broke into a third apartment, and again started smashing walls.
Steiner [the superintendent] had as much success coaxing Muth out as Muth did with Rumi.
So the super called cops - who shipped Muth to a local psych ward.
Rumi remained in the catacombs of the condo - a former church. And the shrinks decided Muth was suffering from bats in his belfry.
The hospital records say he had a "bizarre delusion [he] was trying to save a cat of his friend," The Brooklyn Paper reported.
You can read more here.
-Do you think a cat was worth it?
-Should this man do what most Americans believe they are entitled to do: sue?
-Do you think we have lost trust in our fellow man (would he have been trusted back in the 1930's)?
-Should the Brooklyn Paper apologize?
-What do you think about Muth's final statement in the link above?