On Tuesday, a cow ran for its life on camera after breaking out from a slaughterhouse in Brooklyn.
Before being apprehended on Tuesday at East 95th Street and Avenue L, the cow was seen running through the streets of Brooklyn.
It was allegedly a young black calf that had escaped from a car on its way to the butcher shop.
The cow was caught after a protracted chase that lasted many minutes and was put back inside the car. Cowboys weren’t required for the endeavor.
The cow was reportedly returned “safely” and awaited its inevitable end.
Reporter at News 12 Mary Lynn-Buckley tweeted about the event, which she claimed happened outside the building housing her news organization.
#Breaking COW ON THE LOOSE—it’s not everyday you see a Calf running through the streets of Canarsie…let alone it happening outside our OFFICE! #brooklyn #nyc @News12BK #cow #calf #calfontheloose #animalcontrol #canarsie CHECK this out! 🐄👀 pic.twitter.com/9mQHCOptRv
— Mary-Lyn Buckley (@ml_buckley) March 21, 2023