A damn goat terrorized the ESPN offices in Bristol, Connecticut on Thursday, proving once and for all that goats will goat anywhere they please.
ESPN employee Jordan Loperena first tweeted the madness in a campus parking lot:
There is currently a goat loose on the ESPN campus right now. Can't make this stuff up. pic.twitter.com/gDJuBe6k2k
— Jordan Loperena (@JLope34) April 9, 2015
Then, the internet went crazy. Kids everywhere were cheering on the goat as officers tried to apprehend him. Within an hour, the beast was collared, but not before the jokes were made.
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) April 9, 2015
A goat is on the loose on ESPN’s campus. Is it elite? Does it possess the clutch gene? http://t.co/0hQXApwgMd
— Awful Announcing (@awfulannouncing) April 9, 2015
There was a goat on the loose at ESPN today? Had no idea Bill Belichick was in Bristol today.
— Jim Pignatiello (@JPignatiello) April 9, 2015
— Mike Costantinou (@OutsiderMike) April 9, 2015
espn operations ceased while the entire staff watched a runaway goat get captured. pic.twitter.com/s78X4rtquA
— Megan Greenwell (@megreenwell) April 9, 2015
There are unconfirmed reports that the goat was looking to replace Austin Davis at quarterback for the St. Louis Rams.
Good job today, goat.