Police at Eastern Michigan University have issued a warning: “Beware of goose!"
The department says potentially aggressive geese have been spotted on campus and issued the warning with a video on Instagram showing one goose attacking and chasing a person in a school car park.
Police say the attack happened on the north end of the school's campus in Ypsilanti. Two geese are nesting in the area, and the birds are, let's say protective.
University spokesman Geoff Larcom says it's not unusual for geese to nest on campus at this time of year. He says several students have reported goose attacks, but no injuries have been reported.
“A few students have tried to take selfies of the geese when they are hissing, but we advise against that," Mr Larcom told MLive.com.
Officials also warned students to "stop taking selfies" with the geese. And, although I can't imagine anything more terrifying than being attacked by a goose, the real question is; Who are these people that are taking selfies with geese? And, why?