- A female police officer had left her car door open while delivering civil papers and returned to find an unwelcome guest
- In a video, the officer can be seen trying to lure the goat out of the vehicle as it continues chewing on documents left on the passenger seat
- The video was posted to Facebook and has since received a huge response from people who can't stop laughing
In a peculiar turn of events, a police officer in the United States of America picked up an unwelcome passenger. A Georgia-based police officer returned to her patrol vehicle to find that a goat had climbed into the car and began chewing civil papers.
The officer said she had left her door open while delivering civil papers. Upon returning she found the goat seated in the front of the patrol car chewing away on the papers. This could potentially have been crucial evidence in a case.
A video shared on the Douglas county Sheriff’s Office official Facebook page showed the officer trying to lure the goat out of her vehicle as it continued to chew away at the documents.
You can watch the video here. The Facebook post said the officer was knocked down during the incident but she managed to came out uninjured.
"Never once did she expect or even consider what was about to happen this day! Even though she was knocked to the ground she was not physically harmed in the incident. At the end of the day we all got a little laugh out of it and we hope you do as well."
In other goat-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video that shows a man having a meeting with animals. A South African man has left the country in stitches after a video of him having a meeting with his livestock went viral. The video was uploaded to Twitter by @CherrolNgobese.
The animals are gathered in front of the man and what makes it truly funny is the seriousness in his voice whilst addressing them. The animals stand still as though they are listening intently. Mzansi tweeps took to the replies section to express their feelings on this weird meeting.
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