Paramedic Justin Mausz was having a typical shift on Sunday when he came across a skunk with a cup stuck on its lil' head. Justin Mausz @Prof_Dewey An earlier video of our "Patient", the poor thing was bumping into walls when we found it. @Peel_Paramedics 02:39 PM - 07 Aug 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite The poor little stinker kept running into things as it frantically scooted about. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Twitter: @Prof_Dewey Mausz wanted to help, but he also didn't want to spend the rest of the day smelling like skunk spray. Thankfully, paramedics have access to biohazard suits. Twitter: @Prof_Dewey Suits like these are used when dealing with patients with, for example, Ebola. Twitter: @Prof_Dewey Even with the suit Mausz was verrrry careful as he approached the skunk, slowly inching toward it before grabbing the cup and freeing the critter. Justin Mausz @Prof_Dewey Our 'Rescue' this morning: a skunk with a cup stuck on its head @Peel_Paramedics help all sorts of "Patients" 11:28 AM - 07 Aug 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Although the skunk did make an attempt at spraying the Ontario paramedic, Mausz managed to dodge it. Justin Mausz @Prof_Dewey @WpgMootz I managed to dodge a spray earlier, fortunately the skunk couldn't see me! I could stay out of the line of fire 02:32 PM - 07 Aug 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "Peel Paramedics help all sorts of 'patients,'" Mausz tweeted. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Twitter: @Prof_Dewey Stay awesome, Justin.