‘Horrible’ Canada goose crashes through U.K. taxi cab window

A Canada goose is shown in the back seat of a taxi cab in Nottingham, U.K., on Sept. 30, 2019. Radford Road Police/Twitter

Don’t mess with a Canada goose.

A taxi driver apparently learned that the hard way when one of the ornery birds smashed through his cab window, leaving the vehicle covered in shattered glass on Monday.

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The incident happened in Nottingham, U.K., according to a Twitter post from the Radford Road Police. The bird crashed through the glass around lunchtime on Monday, the Birmingham Mail reports.

Police shared a photo showing the goose perched in the back seat of the car amid a pile of glass and what appears to be goose poop.

“When a colleague asked if a call had been received about a goose flying into a taxi over the radio, we had to see it to believe it,” police tweeted.

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The goose was apprehended at the scene and transported to a veterinarian. BBC reports the goose only required a checkup.

“Unfortunately, the taxi had to repair the damage,” police tweeted.

They added that perhaps the glass-smashing goose was en route to Goose Fair, a local Nottingham carnival that arrives annually around this time.

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A few Twitter users linked the incident to Untitled Goose Game, a popular new video game in which gamers play a goose that causes all kinds of trouble in a peaceful English town.

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“Looks like someone was influenced by a certain horrible goose game,” one person tweeted.

“It’s a lovely morning in the village, and you are a horrible goose,” another wrote.

“I think I will cause problems on purpose,” another user tweeted, quoting the game.

If that was the Canada goose’s intent, then mission accomplished.

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