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Goat Terrorizes Muscovites

Police officers in northern Moscow faced an unusual assignment Sunday when they were dispatched to capture a stray goat that disrupted traffic by running on the road and trying to ram passing cars on northern Moscow’s Pribrezhny Proyezd, Interfax reported.

It took the officers half an hour to capture the goat, which was then brought to the precinct’s yard, the report said. The officers then tried to establish its owner by a fire brand on the animal’s ear, a police source said.

It remained unclear whether the goat managed to damage any cars.


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