A goat that settled down in the entryway of a Saskatchewan Tim Hortons early Sunday morning was “arrested” by Royal Canadian Mounted Police after refusing to leave the coffee chain.
Employees asked the goat to “leave” and even walked him outside, but the animal just turned around and came “back in through the automatic doors,” according to a playful press release from the RCMP.
Employees told the police officers that they thought the goat was cold and wanted to sleep in the entrance. The officers “escorted” the goat to the police vehicle, and after “knocking on every farmhouse” door in the area, took the animal to the local animal hospital.
The owners were eventually located and the goat is “back with his owners after his adventurous night out on the town,” according the officials.
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Police in Martinsville, Saskatchewan had to take a goat into custody after it refused to leave a Tim Hortons. Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) explains.
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