Getting rid of him. (chuckling) When I went back to the zoo that afternoon, he wasn’t there, and nobody could find him. Nobody could find him. And I went up to the office and he wasn’t there. And the little old lady that was a patron, her husband had been in the zoo staff, had died, and the mayor gave her a job keeping things clean and neat. And she told me (chuckling), she said, “I don’t know what happened, but he got a phone call and he slammed the phone down and went down and got in his car and drove away. That’s the last I saw of him.” (chuckling) And she reminded me of that at numerous times afterward.