Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Goat Break-in Caught on Video

A Colorado company caught a goat on surveillance video shattering its front glass door on Sunday before the animal — and its compatriots — fled the scene.

The goat vandalism, took place at Argonics Inc. a small polyurethane manufacturer located in Louisville, Colorado.

Greg Cappaert with Argonics said the company's general manager came in Monday morning to find one of the building's front glass doors had been shattered. "His instant reaction is, 'We've been robbed,'" Cappaert said. "So he called police right away, and they are taking pictures and everything, and then he goes and checks the video."

But the video did not catch a would-be burglar or even a couple of (human) kids playing a prank. Instead, it showed what Cappaert described as a "gang of goats" loitering around the front of the building.

One of the goats then started ramming the building's glass doors and windows. "For like 20 minutes he sat and banged on the front door," Cappaert said. "He must have seen his reflection in the door and thought it was another goat. He was trying to beat up the whole building." The goat eventually shattered the front door, and instantly took off, along with the rest of its cohorts. "They're still on the loose," he said.

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