Buzz·Posted on Aug. 8, 2016This Guy Who Put On An Ebola Protection Suit Before Helping A Skunk Is All Of Us*pop*by Lauren StrapagielBuzzFeed News Reporter, CanadaLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail 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 GIF Tap to play 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 GIF Tap to play GIF Twitter: @Prof_Dewey Stay awesome, Justin.