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Cows Escape Farm to Roam Around Nearby Suburbs

A huge herd of cows escaped from a farm to roam around the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia overnight.

The bovines were first spotted galloping down a dark road at about 3:00 a.m.

“Obviously you’ve got your kangaroos and your rabbits on the road, but no cows; definitely a first for me,” said the driver who recorded them.

Once daylight hit, additional video showed them near shops, in parks, on front lawns and “near cultural centers.”

“We just saw three cows in the front yard, that’s a bit weird,” a young girl told 7News Australia.

“Something must have spooked them during the night because they just smashed the post down at the ground,” said Matt Robinson, one of the farmers.

“Dangerous for everybody else as well,” said Peter Robinson, the other farmer and we’re guessing Matt’s dad. “You don’t want to hit one with your car.”

Both Robinsons seemed extremely laid back about the whole thing.

Police were able to round up the cows at about 8:30 a.m. after trying for hours. It was especially challenging because they had apparently split off into separate groups.

The Robinsons came to pick them up at about 9:00 a.m. They say there were about fifty of them.

The cows traveled more than 5 total miles over several hours.

Written by Pete

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