KUALA PILAH - A goat in the Malaysian state of Negeri Sembilan found itself trapped in a car after getting its head stuck in the steering wheel on Thursday (Feb 22).
The car's owner was getting ready to leave for work and had opened the car's door when the goat appeared and barged into the vehicle, the Sinar Harian reported.
The goat's horns got caught in the car's steering wheel as it was attempting to make a quick escape.
The car's owner, a 50-year-old woman, then called the Civil Defence Department for help.
"The goat's horn got hooked in the steering wheel, causing it to be trapped," Kuala Pilah Civil Defence Department Head of Operations Zulkarnain Basiron was quoted saying by the paper.
Three officers from the department arrived on the scene to find the goat stuck in the driver's seat.
The officers were able to free the goat in three minutes.