News East West
TORONTO: A stubborn goat entered a Tim Horton in Warman in Saskatchewan on Sunday morning and refused to leave.
Every time, the employees tried to walk it out, the goat would return through the automatic window.
The harried employees finally called in police to deal with the `disturbance.’
Two cops of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) showed up and `arrested’ the goat and put it in their vehicle.
The cops tried to find the owner of the goat by going to various farms.
But when they failed to locate the owner, the cops held the goat at an animal hospital, rather than jail.
Later, the owner of the goat was located and the animal was returned to him.
CTV quoted the cops as saying that the goat sought refuge in Tim Horton as it was feeling `cold’ at night in the farm and wanted to “sleep in the entrance.’’
Obviously, the animal was very `very unhappy’ at the treatment meted out to him at the hands of the cops.