“Five patrol vehicles arrived only to make fun of their coworker.” 😂
Justin Caffes and a buddy were traveling near their house in Rochester, Minnesota, the other day when they noticed something strange.
A tense confrontation between law enforcement and an improbable suspect was taking place on an otherwise quiet and serene street.
“I saw a patrol car in the road and then glanced down and saw a chicken,” Caffes explained.
Yes, that was strange. However, this was merely the beginning.
Caffes and his companion watched as the cop approached the bird. But the rebellious hen clearly determined she wasn’t going down without a fight.
She ran away.
“The officer started following the chicken,” Caffes added, stressing that the fowl exhibited no hesitation in resisting arrest. “She appeared to be having a good time being chased.”
Here’s a video of that moment:
The video abruptly stops, although it isn’t exactly the conclusion.
Caffes and a buddy agreed to assist the cop in apprehending and apprehending the feathered perp.
“A handful of us eventually got the bird after approximately 10 minutes,” Caffes added. “The officer was having a good time.”
Fortunately, neither the bird nor anybody else was hurt during the chase.
Following that, the chicken was carried into a pet carrier and placed in the back of the officer’s patrol cruiser. Even once the hunt was done, backup arrived.
“Five cop vehicles arrived only to make fun of their coworker,” Caffes explained.
Even yet, it was the hen that had the last laugh.
The chicken’s owners, who live a few kilometers away, were located and securely returned to her. The bird was released with only a warning, despite the fact that her absence from home was scarcely an accident.
Zach Piens, the owner’s next-door neighbor (and occasional hen-sitter), told us the chicken’s name is Laya and that this isn’t her first journey. She had previously caught a ride into town by hiding in the back of his family’s vehicle, only to be apprehended and apprehended again.
She’s said to have done the same thing this time. However, now that the cops are involved, Laya may have finally learnt her lesson.
“I’m hoping this is her final trip to the city,” Piens expressed his hope.