“Gary the Goat” goes to court
SYDNEY, Australia—Well it was a strange sight in an Australian court room as a goat stood trial for a slight offense.
“Gary the Goat” was accused of thinking with his stomach and eating grass and flowers outside of the Museum of Art in Sydney.
His owner was fined almost $500 for the discretion.
Instead of paying the fine, the owner fought back.
A magistrate agreed that there is no evidence the owner brought the goat to the museum for the purpose of vandalism.
Also, the current law only presides over dogs and cats, no goats.
“Gary the Goat” was cleared of all charges.
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