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This is the moment a woman spotted something rather strange in the back of a car at a McDonald's drive thru:
Jessica R. Nelson couldn't quite believe her eyes when she noticed the cow stuffed into the vehicle which was a few cars in front of hers.
Not just any cow - 'A WHOLE FREAKING COW', in Jessica's words.
She was at the McDonald's drive thru in Marshfield, Wisconsin, a few days ago which was when she saw the unexpected. We just hope the owner wasn't trying to do a trade for his food.
Posting the video on to her Facebook page, she wrote: "A WHOLE FREAKING COW!!! Tell me you live in Wisconsin without telling me you live in Wisconsin."
In another post, she explained how the car was being driven by an 'old man', adding: "I wish I was able to give him all the credit - I just shot the video."
Commenting on the post someone said that the man driving the car is her uncle and when a reporter asked whether he's be interested in speaking to them, she wrote: "I'm going to assume no lol, but I will ask, " before adding: "He didn't really give me an answer. Just said it'd be sweet if he got free mcdons [McDonald's] for a year lolz."
What a guy.
Someone else wrote on the video saying that their daughter was also in the car and that they'd just picked up the cow at auction, he added: "She [daughter] just told me there was 3 calves in there!!! Two laying down and the one who had the look out the window... I'm dieing [sic] laughing learning all this."
Others (who we assume don't know the driver) were quick to guess that they're probably picking up some burgers from the fast food joint.
One wrote: "That's mean lol. Taking a cow through a drive thru and eat burgers!"
Another added: "Ok serious note here. Pretty sure this looks like the McDs in marshfield wisco! Maybe they r bringing in 'fresh' meat? Ok I'm terrible."
Hey, we all thought it. You just said it.
A third commented: "They were just showing it what it might be if it doesn't get it's s*** together. Modern Farmer problems."
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