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Creed Saves a Boy From a Wolf Pack

A boy saved himself from a pack of wolves with a little help from Creed on Thursday, according to NME.

Thirteen-year-old Norwegian student Walter Eikrem came across a pack of wolves on his way home from school. He knew not to run away from the wolves, so he quickly became resourceful and attempted to scare the wolves away by using his phone: he blasted the Creed song he was listening to through his cell phone.

The wolves didn't get scared, probably because they couldn't take Creed seriously either. However, the loud music was enough to make the wolf pack turn around, walk away, and let Walter be.

Who ever thought that a band with not much more musical integrity than Nickelback could make such a positive impact.

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