World’s Largest Rabbit Stolen, Reward Offered

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Annette Edwards, a 68-year-old former Playboy model and current owner of the largest rabbit on the planet, released a statement on Sunday saying that her rabbit was stolen.

The rabbit’s name is Darius and he’s held the Guinness world record since 2008. He stretches a lengthy four foot, four inches and weighs a whopping 35 pounds. Annette says the rabbit is everything to her and she pleaded on Twitter for the thief to return him.

“A very sad day. Guinness world record Darius has been stolen from his home. The police are doing there best to find out who has taken him. There is a reward of a £1,000. Darius is to old to breed now. So please bring him back,” Annette Edwards wrote on Twitter.

View Annette’s Tweet Below

Darius lived in Annette’s garden which is located in Worcestershire, United Kingdom, and was stolen during the night. Police say they are doing their best to locate the prize-winning animal and criminal that took him, and also hoping Annette’s offer of £1,000 ($1,373) will incentivize the thief to bring him back.

She’s had Darius for over 10 years, along with his offspring, Lewis and Daisy May, who are also over four feet long. She says she spends around $7,000 a year to maintain their colossal diets of carrots, apples, and veggies. If anyone has any information on the rabbit, they can contact Annette via Twitter.