- A female police officer had left her car door open while delivering civil papers but returned and found an uninvited guest, a goat, on the front seat of her car
- The lady in uniform who took the clip could be seen trying to lure the goat out of the vehicle as it continued eating documents left on the passenger seat
- In another similar instance over two weeks ago, police officers at the Isle of Wight announced intention to 'arrest' two goats that caused 'damage' to one of their cars in broad daylight
In a bizarre incident, a police officer in Georgia, the United States of America picked up an unwanted passenger after a goat climbed into her patrol car and began chewing civil papers destroying what could have been crucial evidence in a case.
The Douglas county deputy had left her car door open while delivering civil papers but returned and found the uninvited guest on the front seat of her car eating the papers.
According to footage shared on the Douglas county Sheriff’s Office official Facebook page, the lady in uniform who took the clip could be seen trying to lure the goat out of the vehicle as it continued eating documents left on the passenger seat.
The post said the officer was knocked down during the unfortunate incident but she luckily came out uninjured.
"The deputy went to a residence to serve some civil papers. The deputy explained that due to the number of houses she visits daily, she routinely leaves her vehicle's door open because she has had to retreat on a number of occasions from vicious dogs.
"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," the post read.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that police officers at the Isle of Wight were seeking to 'arrest' two goats that caused 'damage' to one of their cars in broad daylight when they were out on official duty.
In the post the police department made on its Facebook page on Wednesday, August 19, which came across as funny to many, it asked the public to help identify the mischievous goats.
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