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Man calls police when goat beats on his door

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An Oklahoma City man at first thought someone was trying to break into his house through the front door, reports Fox19.

"I heard some rumbling, and I freaked out.” Edgar Cardoza said. “I thought that somebody was trying to break into the house, and then I come out here and check it. Then I see it coming towards me, and so I run back inside, heck no."

When the large goat continued to use his horns to beat on his door, Cardoza called 911.

Police had already received a call about a goat running loose in the neighborhood. When they arrived, the goat changed his mind about getting into the house and tried to get inside the police car instead.

The goat was returned to his owner, a neighbor of Cardoza’s. Reportedly the neighbor uses the goat as a guard dog.

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