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A videograb shows the goat running away with the documents.
Gulf Today Report
A goat escaped with a large file in its mouth from a government office in India.
Employees at the Block Office in Kanpur, northern India, were enjoying the sunshine in the cold weather when the goat ran out of the building with the papers.
The incident may evoke hilarity, but employees had a tough time. The documents were said to be important.
The video showed the black goat escaping from the building in broad daylight with the documents between the teeth.
The animal was finally traced by the staff, who recovered the document despite it being half chewed by the time they got them.
Social media users were surprised to watch the video, and everyone who saw the clip couldn't help but comment.
The video also attracted some hilarious reactions, with likes in the thousands and hundreds.
A Twitter user said, ``How did the animal reach for the papers? It's really strange."
Another said, “Goat inspects government work.” Another commented, "Goat seems official.
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