Whitrow filmed the funny encounter, which shows the animal crawling around the interior of his car. He decided to take the koala to a nearby scrubland and urged it to leave his vehicle again. Except, the little guy decided to head to the dashboard, and make some marks on it before finally leaving the vehicle.Even though Whitrow was friendly to the koala, a Department for Environmental and Water spokesperson told ABC News that people should handle these types of scenarios with extra caution and avoid touching animals.“In this type of situation, we recommend that the car doors be opened and that a rolled up newspaper or umbrella or similar item be used to gently push the koala towards an open door,” the spokeswoman told ABC News. “Never pull a wild animal towards you and don’t attempt to pat it or pick it up.”More on Geek.com:‘World’s Sexiest Koala’ Might Be the Hottest Internet SensationKoala-Spotting Drones Outdo Human Experts‘Mysterious’ Sea Creature Found Buried at Washington Beach Rescued “As I was moving to another part of the vineyard, I noticed that someone else was also in the car enjoying the air-conditioner,” Whitrow said in a Facebook post. “It took a fair bit of convincing to get the feisty little fella out.” Stay on target Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ Australia is home to some interesting creatures, and one man recently came across a hilarious discovery in his car: A cute koala taking advantage of the AC-friendly environment.On Monday, Tim Whitrow was running an errand at his family’s vineyard in McLaren Vale, Australia, when he noticed the furry animal inside his vehicle, ABC News reported. Whitrow purposely left his automobile door open, so his dog could enjoy time in the AC while he worked. Apparently, the adorable marsupial needed some relief from the heat as well.