The bovine was one of six cattle which made a break for it when a hole was cut in the fence of the field they were in
THIS cow caused commuter chaos on a Florida highway, when it broke free with some of its herd during rush hour.
The bovines decided to go for a stroll and one was caught out when she strayed onto the road.
Cops were summoned to try and stop the cows from causing too much of a jam, but tailbacks on the Florida turnpike went for miles.
According to the their owner a hole was cut in the fence of the field they were in.
Not one but six cows got out to go for a morning stroll.
They made a break for it just after 8am on Tuesday morning and the Florida Highway Patrol were on hand to try and stop them strolling too far.
However traffic came to a complete stop as efforts were made to bring the cows back into line.
The bovine which decided to take a turn on the highway was coaxed and cajoled to try and get her out of harms way.
However she seemed to be aware she was on the verge of being put back in her field and veered off the hard shoulder onto the other side of the road.
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But she wasn’t having it. The cow then veered from one side of the roadway to the other, trying to avoid capture.
One local helicopter reporter made a plea saying: “Come get your cow if this is yours, please.”
Luckily she was eventually captured and no one was hurt.
After the first cow was caught, at least five more cows were seen making their way down to the turnpike but were stopped before they hit the highway.
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