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Mosinee resident Jessica Nelson lined up at the McDonald’s Wisconsin self-service line. Suddenly, he saw three cars in front of him and a cow in the back seat of a Buick sedan.

The video has already gone around the world. The driver had bought the three calves at auction and then his appetite quickened, so he decided to stop at McDonald’s.

“I thought it was false at first. Who puts a cow in a Buick?” Jessica told The Associated Press on Friday.

She quickly picked up her phone and recorded a video of the bovine.

“I just took the video because I was shocked because there was a cow in the back of a car.”

“Tell me you live in Wisconsin without telling me you live in Wisconsin,” was the title of the post that immediately went viral on Facebook.

 

Video: Someone Takes Cows To McDonald’s Drive-Thru 


Nelson said the cow’s owner’s family saw the post and contacted her. They said that the cow was a calf.

The owner also commented that he had just bought it at auction. He clarified one more thing: it was not one but three cattle that were also in the vehicle, but the other two were lying down, out of sight.

Some carry dogs or cats in the back of their cars, others carry cows, everyone has their own thing.

Oddly enough, this is not the first time this has happened, in 2019 a 10-foot-long alligator was found in a car outside a mall in Tampa.

In that case, the police were present and in the body camera footage, the rescue team is seen working on the gator, which may have come from a complex near the mall, and pulling it out of the vehicle before taking it away.

No one was injured and luckily it was seen before they had consequences, in the area it is common to see these animals in the streets, and near houses.