Oklahoma police recently attended a scene that can be only described as the GOAT.
Body camera footage released by the Enid Police Department only confirmed it.
“Officer David Sneed and Officer Neal Storey responded to a report of someone heard yelling for help,” the police department posted on Facebook May 9.
When they arrived at the farm, they started walking — and then hoofing it — toward the faint sound of someone bleating their heart out.
“As they got closer, Officer Sneed could hear a distinct yell for ‘help,'” police explained.
Seriously, in the footage you can hear someone yelling “help” over and over and over.
But it soon became clear this wasn’t the crime scene the officers expected.
“Running toward the sound, the two soon discovered their damsel in distress was a very upset goat, who the farmer explained, had been separated from one of his friends,” the police department said.
Officials thanked the officers for their “swift,” although ultimately unnecessary, actions in this greatest of call time police calls.
“All in all, you really can’t say it was that baaad of a call,” police added.
Proving once again, officers really never know what they’re walking into.
“Sometimes a call can really get your goat,” police said.
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