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A Couple Of Naughty Goats Were Caught Hanging Out On The NYC Subway Tracks 🐐

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Who runs the world? Goats! This time on some NYC subway tracks.



I never knew the animals were so egoatistical, but they can't seem to stay out of the headlines.



Earlier this month, goats had escaped and taken over a neighborhood in Boise, Idaho. And now, on Monday, two goats were found grazing on subway tracks in New York City.



The goats were spotted along the N line in Brooklyn between Fort Hamilton Parkway and the 8th Avenue stop around 11 a.m.



Around 1 p.m., the MTA had successfully tranquilized and captured them.



The MTA kept the public updated on the incident via Twitter.











The goats managed to choose their grazing spot in an area that was shut down for station rehabilitation. Luckily, they also somehow avoided the third rail during their meal.



Comedian Jon Stewart, along with his wife, Tracey, picked up the goats and brought them to Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glenn, NY, of which they are loyal supporters.



Meredith Turner-Smith of the sanctuary said,



"There, they will receive medical examinations and the world-class, individualized care,"



Just like with other goat-related incidents, the internet found it udderly hilarious and couldn't stop kidding around.









Some people found that this was a prime time to join the billyons and pick on their beloved city and not-so-loved transportation system.























H/T: New York Times, Twitter