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VIDEO: Deputy Returns To Patrol Car, Finds Miniature Goats Eating His Paperwork

Madison County, AL – A video has emerged of a Madison County sheriff’s deputy trying to clear his patrol car of nosy goats looking for a snack on Friday morning (video below).

The incident occurred on Aug. 26 when Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Casey Thrower was serving papers at a residence in the county, WFLA reported.

Deputy Thrower said he frequently leaves his car door open and waiting in case he needs to run from dogs on a property where he’s serving documents.

But last week, the deputy returned to his vehicle to find a goat on top of it and another goat inside it, according to a hilarious bodycam video filmed of the chaos.

The video showed there was a small white goat on his hood and another big black goat standing on his driver’s seat.

“Quit eating that! Get out of there!” Deputy Thrower shouted after finding the goats.

“Are you kidding me? Get out!” he ordered the dark goat who didn’t even bother to look at him in the video.

“There’s nothing to eat in there,” Deputy Thrower told the goat, but that didn’t stop the animal from finding a snack.

In the video, the deputy let out an enormous sigh as the goat turned to him with some paperwork in its mouth.

“Don’t eat that. Come on,” Deputy Thrower urged the goat, sounding frustrated.

The deputy gave up trying to get the goat to back out of the patrol car and he went around the back of it to try pushing the goat from the other side.

But when he looked up, the white goat was standing on his light bar on top of his car, the vide showed.

“Are you crazy?” Deputy Thrower asked the little goat, who pranced down the rear window and stood on the trunk of the vehicle.

Then he went around to the passenger side and pushed the paperwork-munching goat out of his vehicle the video showed.

The Madison County sheriff shared the video of the 40-year veteran of his department because he thought it would give people a laugh, WFLA reported.

“Deputy Thrower has been serving the citizens of Madison County for about 40 years and is considered one of our G.O.A.T deputies,” the sheriff’s office said in a release with the video. “We got a huge kick out of this today and hope it brought a smile to your face as well.”

Watch the antics unfold in the video below:

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Sandy Malone

Managing Editor - Twitter/@SandyMalone_ - Prior to joining The Police Tribune, Sandy wrote the Politics.Net column for the Wall Street Journal and was managing editor of Campaigns & Elections magazine. More recently, she was an internationally-syndicated columnist for Conde Nast (BRIDES), The Huffington Post, and Monsters and Critics. Sandy is married to a retired police captain and former SWAT commander.

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