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(The Sun)   Hello, 911? I've been carjacked. BY A GOAT (with pic of suspect)   (thesun.co.uk) divider line 55
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2012-05-09 01:30:01 PM
"At first, I though, you've got to be kidding me"
 
2012-05-09 01:48:32 PM
Cubs shake collective head in sympathy.
 
2012-05-09 01:51:18 PM
There was an armed accomplice.

farm3.staticflickr.com
 
2012-05-09 01:53:35 PM
How about opening the door, Gunther?

In upside-down Australia, goat sees you.
 
2012-05-09 01:53:50 PM
www.deviantart.com
 
2012-05-09 01:54:20 PM
Was it a Dodge Ram?
 
2012-05-09 01:54:24 PM
1)Open door
2)Remove goat
3)get in car
4)Close door

It's just a goat, grab the bastard and pull it our of there.
 
2012-05-09 01:54:48 PM
There's goats next door to me, I've never seen one try to take any of my cars however they do tend to eat anything left remotely close to them

oarenj.com
 
2012-05-09 01:57:07 PM
If you want to know why there are those orange vests around the seats it's part of stupid EU rules:

It is compulsory to carry the following in the car at all times:

Warning triangle - Must conform to EC regulation 27

First-aid kit - Must be in a strong dirt proof box. (if it's not dirt-proof can you be ticketed?)

Reflective Jacket - Every car driver has to carry a reflectorised jacket / waistcoat (compliant with European regulation EN471) which has to be used in the case of a breakdown or accident and even when setting up a warning triangle on the road. This regulation does not apply to mopeds/motorcycles, however it is recommended.

/wacky Europeans
 
2012-05-09 01:57:20 PM
What you really have to worry about are the swans.
 
2012-05-09 01:57:24 PM

Egoy3k: 1)Open door
2)Remove goat
3)get in car
4)Close door

It's just a goat, grab the bastard and pull it our of there.


If that doesn't work, throw a rope around its neck, tie it to a nearby fixed object and start driving with the door open.
 
GOB
2012-05-09 01:57:58 PM
Probably just looking for something to eat

Link
 
2012-05-09 01:58:16 PM
Yum. Ass-flavored car seat.
 
2012-05-09 01:58:26 PM
hailsatan.co.uk
 
2012-05-09 01:58:57 PM
Was it an Impala? a Mustang? a Charger? a Gazelle? a Fox? a Cougar? a Stutz Bearcat? a Beetle?

I could go on. I have a list of cars named after animals. There's at least 34 of them.
 
2012-05-09 01:59:06 PM
I left my car drivers door open and returned to find one of my wife's big white long hair goats setting in the drivers seat facing forward. I laugh and called the rest of the family to come and see it. It was one them moments that I would liked to have got a picture of.
 
2012-05-09 01:59:12 PM
More evidence of the growing nanny state.
 
2012-05-09 01:59:15 PM
Must have been the first time he had something horny in his car...
 
2012-05-09 02:01:21 PM

Walker: If you want to know why there are those orange vests around the seats it's part of stupid EU rules:

It is compulsory to carry the following in the car at all times:

Warning triangle - Must conform to EC regulation 27

First-aid kit - Must be in a strong dirt proof box. (if it's not dirt-proof can you be ticketed?)

Reflective Jacket - Every car driver has to carry a reflectorised jacket / waistcoat (compliant with European regulation EN471) which has to be used in the case of a breakdown or accident and even when setting up a warning triangle on the road. This regulation does not apply to mopeds/motorcycles, however it is recommended.

/wacky Europeans


A couple of years ago I drove through a bad ice-storm. There were many vehicles in the ditch and often my first awareness of an upcoming accident scene was the reflective vests of the first responders. After that I bought myself a reflective vest and one for many of my familymembers to carry in their cars. they don't take up much space and they aren't restrictive. It's a good idea.
 
2012-05-09 02:04:25 PM
Goat Theft Auto?
 
2012-05-09 02:04:28 PM
Damn it Billy...

Where's Mandy when you need her?
 
2012-05-09 02:05:02 PM

Egoy3k: 1)Open door
2)Remove goat
3)get in car
4)Close door

It's just a goat, grab the bastard and pull it our of there.


Not saying that I wouldn't have tried to just grab it and drag it out, but goats can be nasty bastards if you piss them off. And they aren't afraid to use their horns (antlers? not sure of the correct term here) to make their displeasure known.

I once tried to push back a goat that was trying to follow me out of the gate from a petting zoo type enclosure. I learned that:

A) Goats go from happy and content to really pissed off in no time at all and
B) Goats are quite strong despite their size and those horns can hurt even if they just headbutt you with them.

I didn't push the issue with the goat in question cause he was really getting pissed at me so I just moved away from it and let a keeper deal with him.
 
2012-05-09 02:06:51 PM
Dude! Those aren't Milk Duds on your passenger seat. Don't eat them.
 
2012-05-09 02:08:09 PM
If I had a name like Gunther Hauser I wouldn't let silly shiat like this happen to me.
In fact, I'd be having goat stew tonight, since I'd kick so much goat ass that there wouldn't be any pieces big enough for roast or even steak.

alas, I do not have a name like Gunther Hauser, so tonight I dine on Hot Pockets.
 
2012-05-09 02:09:56 PM
I'm on a goat! I'm on a goat!
Everybody look at me
'cause I'm sittin' on a goat!
I'm on a goat! I'm on a goat!
Take a good hard look
at the motherfarkin' goat!
 
2012-05-09 02:10:00 PM
What a goat might look like when it gets maaad!
(with click-through goodness)
media1.onsugar.com
 
2012-05-09 02:10:33 PM

cgraves67: Walker: If you want to know why there are those orange vests around the seats it's part of stupid EU rules:

It is compulsory to carry the following in the car at all times:

Warning triangle - Must conform to EC regulation 27

First-aid kit - Must be in a strong dirt proof box. (if it's not dirt-proof can you be ticketed?)

Reflective Jacket - Every car driver has to carry a reflectorised jacket / waistcoat (compliant with European regulation EN471) which has to be used in the case of a breakdown or accident and even when setting up a warning triangle on the road. This regulation does not apply to mopeds/motorcycles, however it is recommended.

/wacky Europeans

A couple of years ago I drove through a bad ice-storm. There were many vehicles in the ditch and often my first awareness of an upcoming accident scene was the reflective vests of the first responders. After that I bought myself a reflective vest and one for many of my familymembers to carry in their cars. they don't take up much space and they aren't restrictive. It's a good idea.


Good idea, but it shouldn't a mandatory thing where you can get fined if you don't have them or they aren't "regulation" or "dirt-proof".

France even one ups the wackiness. Starting in July, anyone travelling through the country by car will also have to have a breathalyser kit so that they can test themselves to ensure they are under drunk driving limits. Before Nov. 1, drivers found without the test kit in their vehicles will be given a warning; after that date they will be fined 11 euro on the spot.

It is recommended motorists have at least two breathalyzers in their vehicle at all times, so that one can be used if necessary while the other is there to show to police.

Also in France:

Anyone driving in France is required to carry a warning triangle and a fluorescent safety vest to use in an emergency.

If a motorist carries the luminous vest in their boot rather than the main section of the car they can still be fined.

British motorists must display a GB plate and have their headlights adjusted to the right.

Drivers are not obliged to carry a spare set of lights, but if one of their bulbs goes and they do not have a replacement ready they can be fined.

A fire extinguisher and first aid kit could also be required in the case of an emergency so not to fall foul of a law about assisting in the event of an accident.

Last month, the French introduced a new law banning satellite navigation systems that show the location of speed cameras. Those caught can be fined 1,500 euros even if the device is not in use.
 
2012-05-09 02:13:32 PM

brantgoose: Was it an Impala? a Mustang? a Charger? a Gazelle? a Fox? a Cougar? a Stutz Bearcat? a Beetle?

I could go on. I have a list of cars named after animals. There's at least 34 of them.


It was a GoatSEdan.
 
2012-05-09 02:16:17 PM
they have the goat's confession on video tape:

"Goat, did you jack that car?"
 
2012-05-09 02:18:08 PM
Why do goats have octopus eyes? Are they evil?
 
2012-05-09 02:18:46 PM

Walker: cgraves67: Walker: If you want to know why there are those orange vests around the seats it's part of stupid EU rules:

It is compulsory to carry the following in the car at all times:

Warning triangle - Must conform to EC regulation 27

First-aid kit - Must be in a strong dirt proof box. (if it's not dirt-proof can you be ticketed?)

Reflective Jacket - Every car driver has to carry a reflectorised jacket / waistcoat (compliant with European regulation EN471) which has to be used in the case of a breakdown or accident and even when setting up a warning triangle on the road. This regulation does not apply to mopeds/motorcycles, however it is recommended.

/wacky Europeans

A couple of years ago I drove through a bad ice-storm. There were many vehicles in the ditch and often my first awareness of an upcoming accident scene was the reflective vests of the first responders. After that I bought myself a reflective vest and one for many of my familymembers to carry in their cars. they don't take up much space and they aren't restrictive. It's a good idea.

Good idea, but it shouldn't a mandatory thing where you can get fined if you don't have them or they aren't "regulation" or "dirt-proof".

France even one ups the wackiness. Starting in July, anyone travelling through the country by car will also have to have a breathalyser kit so that they can test themselves to ensure they are under drunk driving limits. Before Nov. 1, drivers found without the test kit in their vehicles will be given a warning; after that date they will be fined 11 euro on the spot.

It is recommended motorists have at least two breathalyzers in their vehicle at all times, so that one can be used if necessary while the other is there to show to police.

Also in France:

Anyone driving in France is required to carry a warning triangle and a fluorescent safety vest to use in an emergency.

If a motorist carries the luminous vest in their boot rather than the main section of the car they can still be fined.

British motorists must display a GB plate and have their headlights adjusted to the right.

Drivers are not obliged to carry a spare set of lights, but if one of their bulbs goes and they do not have a replacement ready they can be fined.

A fire extinguisher and first aid kit could also be required in the case of an emergency so not to fall foul of a law about assisting in the event of an accident.

Last month, the French introduced a new law banning satellite navigation systems that show the location of speed cameras. Those caught can be fined 1,500 euros even if the device is not in use.


that is truly ridiculous, although most of those things are also good ideas, like the first aid kit. I used to work for a fire extinguisher company, so I carry one for just such an occasion. It wouldn't be a bad idea to carry the reflective triangle if you don't have flares. Spare bulbs is a good idea too.

I also keep blankets, water, and granola bars in my truck as well.

The GPS device restriction and the breathalyzers are stupid.
 
2012-05-09 02:22:23 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-05-09 02:28:04 PM

Walker: Good idea, but it shouldn't a mandatory thing where you can get fined if you don't have them or they aren't "regulation" or "dirt-proof".


It's not mandated by EU law. Many EU countries mandate that they be carried, and conform to appropriate EU regulations.

But in the UK, for example, it is not required to carry any of that equipment. I do agree that a lot of the examples you provide are needlessly strict.

And for anyone interested, required equipment by country.

France even one ups the wackiness. Starting in July, anyone travelling through the country by car will also have to have a breathalyser kit so that they can test themselves to ensure they are under drunk driving limits. Before Nov. 1, drivers found without the test kit in their vehicles will be given a warning; after that date they will be fined 11 euro on the spot.

It is recommended motorists have at least two breathalyzers in their vehicle at all times, so that one can be used if necessary while the other is there to show to police.

Also in France:

Anyone driving in France is required to carry a warning triangle and a fluorescent safety vest to use in an emergency.

If a motorist carries the luminous vest in their boot rather than the main section of the car they can still be fined.

British motorists must display a GB plate


According to that AA site, this is no longer required within the EU when you've got a number plate that displays the country of origin.

and have their headlights adjusted to the right.

And French drivers coming to the UK must have their headlights adjusted too. Headlights do not light evenly, they're biased to light the passenger side more strongly. So, when travelling to a country that drives on a different side of the road, you need to block off part of the headlight.

TMYK.

Drivers are not obliged to carry a spare set of lights, but if one of their bulbs goes and they do not have a replacement ready they can be fined.

A fire extinguisher and first aid kit could also be required in the case of an emergency so not to fall foul of a law about assisting in the event of an accident.

Last month, the French introduced a new law banning satellite navigation systems that show the location of speed cameras. Those caught can be fined 1,500 euros even if the device is not in use.


That last one is completely retarded and just reveals the true aim of speed cameras - they try to sugarcoat the name to "safety cameras" in the UK. In reality, they should be called "revenue cameras".
 
2012-05-09 02:29:53 PM

flucto: More evidence of the growing nanny state.


*snort*
 
2012-05-09 02:38:07 PM
Did he need a bambulance?
 
2012-05-09 02:38:13 PM

skinink: brantgoose: Was it an Impala? a Mustang? a Charger? a Gazelle? a Fox? a Cougar? a Stutz Bearcat? a Beetle?

I could go on. I have a list of cars named after animals. There's at least 34 of them.

It was a GoatSEdan.


What you did there, I .SE it.

/which brings to mind a few photoshop Ideas. I won't be back here from my work computer.
 
2012-05-09 02:43:04 PM
Possible accomplice?

i568.photobucket.com
 
GBB
2012-05-09 02:44:00 PM
He makes them good goats go, "Baaaa!"
 
2012-05-09 02:47:05 PM
Damn kids.
 
2012-05-09 02:50:59 PM
Then he stopped in his tracks
And he said, "Hey Goat!
Would you like to live with me?
I've got a house with a pick-up truck
In a place across the sea"
I said, "Sure, why not, I've got no family
You seem like a nice guy"
 
2012-05-09 02:52:44 PM

jutm543: Damn kids.


You win the thread. Game over.
 
2012-05-09 03:02:35 PM

The sound of one hand clapping: Egoy3k: 1)Open door
2)Remove goat
3)get in car
4)Close door

It's just a goat, grab the bastard and pull it our of there.

Not saying that I wouldn't have tried to just grab it and drag it out, but goats can be nasty bastards if you piss them off. And they aren't afraid to use their horns (antlers? not sure of the correct term here) to make their displeasure known.

I once tried to push back a goat that was trying to follow me out of the gate from a petting zoo type enclosure. I learned that:

A) Goats go from happy and content to really pissed off in no time at all and
B) Goats are quite strong despite their size and those horns can hurt even if they just headbutt you with them.

I didn't push the issue with the goat in question cause he was really getting pissed at me so I just moved away from it and let a keeper deal with him.


Solution.... grab the horns
 
2012-05-09 03:03:13 PM
Who is driving? OMG Goat is driving! How can this be?!
 
2012-05-09 03:17:34 PM

flucto: More evidence of the growing nanny ninny state.


ftfy
 
2012-05-09 03:32:04 PM

Kuta: What a goat might look like when it gets maaad!
(with click-through goodness)
[media1.onsugar.com image 240x211]


It ain't bad to get mad!

/HELL yeah!
 
2012-05-09 03:33:54 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-05-09 03:52:33 PM
Driver needs to upgrade his Tomtom.
Yes, I notice stupid shiat like that.
 
2012-05-09 03:56:11 PM
Ai, yi, yi, cabrito!
 
2012-05-09 04:22:22 PM

redmid17: Solution.... grab the horns


no no no, you grab a bull by the horns.

you just sort of get a goat.
but if you are going to get it you have to really get it or you'll get it.
get it?
 
2012-05-09 04:38:55 PM

Sticky Hands: redmid17: Solution.... grab the horns

no no no, you grab a bull by the horns.

you just sort of get a goat.
but if you are going to get it you have to really get it or you'll get it.
get it?


Well it depends on the scenario. Am I wearing pants when this happens?
 
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