May 11, 2013

Goat on the loose in Brooklyn

A goat gave some New York cops and a security guard a good run on Thursday morning in Brooklyn.

The animal was on the loose near a Brooklyn hospital.

The guard it turns out was raised on a farm and had experience dealing with rambunctious animals.

He was working at Interfaith Medical Center in the Bedford Stuyvesant area and ended up helping police catch the goat and tie him up with rope.

He stressed that it was important to not hurt the goat.

Nobody knows yet where the goat came from.

The goat was bundled into the back of a police car and taken to an animal shelter, and doesn't appear to be shaken up by the early-morning excitement.

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