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January 31, 2006

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Goat Gets Tasered: Police zaps schizophrenic billy goat three times

When Dodge, a normally pleasant billy goat, broke his leash and began knocking neighbor Dawn Pinette to the ground, deputy Jeff Scott, of Colleton County, South Carolina, temporarily subdued the animal with a Taser. Dodge, however, was back on the attack in a few seconds and had to be zapped twice more. We now officially recommend packing a .243 for goat protection. Just because Tasers have been used on two moose and a bear, doesn't mean your not undergunned with one. (Click here for the story)


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