A combo image shows the alpaca running alongside the police car in Kellerberrin, Australia.
In a hilarious encounter, Australian Police have shared a video of being chased by an alpaca in Kellerberrin, Australia.
It was reported that the alpaca, which is similar to the Llama, was creating a nuisance in the town.
The Western Australia Police Force posted the video on their Facebook and said, “When you’re trying to execute a warrant and this happens! Looks like alpaca my bags...”
The alpaca was seen literally running along with the police car.
The camelid even stopped at the same time as the police car did.
The animal then moved over to the front of the car, literally blocking the vehicle.
The police officers could not believe that the animal actually blocked their way, and even showed its teeth.
The video went viral, for two reasons.
First, for the alpaca chase, and second for the officers’ guffaw.
Social media users around the world were sharing their views on the laugh of officers.
Anjali Martin said, “It's the laughing in the background that's making me crack up 🤣🤣”
Fiona Crisp said, “The copper's laugh is so funny!”
Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services said, “Wanna go on a picnic? Alpaca lunch 😂”
Western Australia Police Force said, “Sounds cute. We'll set an allama so we don't forget…”
Jamie Dunbar said, “That guy’s laugh is so infectious! 🤣 Love it.”
Rosalinda Gabrielle said, “Don’t mess with this alpaca guys . They can be quite a handful!”
Jimbo Kyrke said, “That Alpaca looks seriously mean! Are they a handful to manage?”
Sharon Curtis said, “The unseen guys giggle is fantastic. LOL.”
Melanie Joan said, “OMG hilarious - the laugh in the background is just as funny!!”
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