Another Typical Day At The Fox-Attached-To-Your-Arm 2K RunWell, there goes my idea for a children's book. A Prescott, Arizona jogger ran a mile with a rabid fox clamped to her arm, then tossed the animal into her car trunk before driving to the hospital, authorities said. The woman, whose name was not released, is receiving rabies vaccinations. As is the fox. And suddenly, a stirring new Olympic event was born ... The Yavapai County sheriff's office said that the woman was jogging on a trail on Monday when the fox leaped from the bushes and bit her foot. When she grabbed the fox, it then bit her arm, and would not let go. The woman then ran for about a mile, with the fox still attached to her arm, until reaching her car. There, she pried it loose and threw it in the trunk, then driving herself to the hospital. ALTERNATE, FUNNIER VERSION: The woman then ran for about a mile, with the fox still attached to her arm, until reaching her car. There, the woman got into the trunk and the fox drove to the hospital, signaling for left turns by extending its paw out the driver's side window. At least my Halloween costume for next year is set. Photo credit: Gifttrap.com. Jogger Runs Mile With Rabid Fox Locked On Her Arm [Comcast News]