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Blanchard officer impeded by persistent goat

BLANCHARD, OK (KSWO)- A pretty funny video out of Blanchard, Oklahoma is making its rounds on the internet.  It shows a goat standing on the hood of a police cruiser.

This happened Saturday.  The officer was in Blanchard, looking for the owner of a lost Pony.  That's when this goat leaped right onto the hood of the car.

A neighbor is seen lifting the animal off, but seconds later -- the goat hopped right back on.  The officer is heard joking about how this would make a great insurance claim -- but the goat did not do any damage.

Copyright 2017 KSWO. All rights reserved. Video provided by Blanchard Police Department.

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