Jennifer Keathley, an inhabitant of Sullivan, Ohio, got a call last Friday from her child about a presumed thievery. She never envisioned the robber would be a goat named “Huge Boy.”
The above video is security film from the break in. You can hear boisterous blasts in the first place, joined by a visual of a befuddled looking canine. Before excessively long, the pooch starts hysterically yelping. In any case, that didn’t appear to put a damper on this decided goat, who shows up around four minutes into the video.
A genuine crook, the goat likely meanders around the house, checking behind corners. Keathley’s child in the end found the goat sleeping in their restroom.
As indicated by a meeting with the Ashland Times Gazette, Keathley said that she called vets, creature control, and the nearby compassionate society to help manage Big Boy however “everybody snickered at them”. At last, it was the neighborhood appointees who made all the difference, urging the goat out with each bait possible before understanding the main viable technique was to yank it out of the washroom by its horns.
Keathley told the Times Gazette that she took to Facebook to discover the goat’s proprietor, who ended up being a man named Andrew Watkins. Huge Boy had gotten away about seven days before the break in, and had gone more than three miles from home.