September 28, 2015 5:23 pm
Updated: September 30, 2015 9:07 am

Goat refuses to leave Sask. Tim Hortons, gets ‘arrested’ by RCMP

Warman RCMP had to deal with a stubborn goat early Sunday morning at a Tim Hortons in Martensville, Sask.

Saskatchewan RCMP / Supplied

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RCMP had to deal with a stubborn goat early Sunday morning. Two Mounties were initially called to an odd situation at a Tim Hortons in Martensville, Sask.

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According to employees at the business, the goat refused to leave. They would walk it outside but the goat would just turn around and come back in through the automatic doors.

Warman RCMP members believed the animal was cold and wanted to sleep in the entrance of the establishment.

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The animal was “arrested” and escorted into a police vehicle.

Members contacted animal control to no avail and decided to take him home. They asked around at nearby farms but no one claimed ownership.

The goat was taken to an animal hospital and RCMP were happy to report Monday that the goat is now safe and sound back and with its owners.

CORRECTION: The goat was found in Martensville and not Warman as previously stated in this story.

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