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Goat climbs into police car, eats paperwork, headbutts officer

‘Oh s**t, he’s eating the paperwork’

Eliza Ketcher
Tuesday 08 September 2020 15:44
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Goat climbs into police car, eats paperwork, headbutts deputy

A Georgia police officer picked up an unwanted passenger after a goat climbed into her patrol car and began chewing on a stack of paperwork.

The Douglass County deputy had left her car door open while she was delivering civil papers, and returned to discover the uninvited guest on the front seat.

Bodycam footage posted to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office official Facebook page shows the deputy attempt to lure the goat out of the vehicle as it was eating documents left on the passenger seat.

Once the goat had been successfully removed from the car, it proceeded to headbutt the deputy, knocking her to the ground.

The Douglass County Sheriff’s Office said the deputy was not physically harmed during the incident.

“At the end of the day we all got a little laugh out of it and we hope you do as well,” said the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

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