'Are You Kidding Me?' Goats Munch on Paperwork in Alabama Police Car

A sheriff’s deputy who typically leaves his vehicle’s doors open when visiting homes, given the fact that he has flee from dog attacks in the past, returned to his car on Friday, August 26, to find a pair of goats clamoring around it.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) said Deputy Casey Thrower encountered the “eager and hungry” goats after delivering civil papers to an address on Friday morning.

Video shot by Thrower shows one goat climbing into the open driver’s side of his vehicle and “munching on some paperwork” inside the vehicle, while another goat hops around on the roof and hood. “Are you kidding me?” Thrower exclaims, before managing to shoo the goats away from the vehicle. Credit: Madison County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful

Video transcript

- Get out of there. Are you kidding me? Get out. There's nothing to eat in there. [SIGHS]. Don't eat that. Come on.

- [INAUDIBLE] 4. [INAUDIBLE] white female, 29 years of age with a multi-colored blouse and black shorts.

- Get out. Come on. [CLICKS TONGUE]

Ugh.

- [INAUDIBLE]

Quit eating that. Get out of here! Come on. Don't you eat that. Get out. Get out. Get-- are you crazy?