Bree Blakeman, who works as a research fellow at the Australian National University in Canberra, has just had a very extraordinary encounter. It was a morning like any other, but when Blakeman came to her office, she immediately thought someone must have broken into it.

“I opened the door and noticed that some of the Aboriginal bark paintings that are usually stored propped up against the bookshelves were face down on the floor,” she told Bored Panda. “There were rolls of map-sheets on the floor also. I thought someone must have broken in. Books had fallen from their shelves.”

Blakeman then walked over to check her computer on the far side of the room and to her surprise, she spotted the perpetrator was still in there; a cute little face was staring at her from behind the PC.

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“It seemed resigned, shy and a bit scared (They are nocturnal animals and there was bright morning light streaming through the office window.),” Blakeman recalled. “It didn’t attempt to move away even when I was really quite close to it. It just looked at me like ‘halp please.’”

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The possum catchers put a very humane, no-harm box trap with fresh fruit in the room

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“It decided to make its own way out of the office through the same hole in the ceiling that it presumably fell through”

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People immediately fell in love with the little critter

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And the guy went so viral, it became a meme

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