Goats continue world domination by taking over New York City subway tracks

Goats continue world domination by taking over New York City subway tracks

"Southbound N trains are running on the D line from 36 St to Coney Island Stillwell Av while the NYPD safely retrieve goats from the tracks", according to a tweet posted by the New York City (NYC) Transit.

Two goats are roaming along the N line tracks in Brooklyn on Aug 20, 2018.

The goats, with white fur and brown heads, did end up disrupting service along the N line between the Fort Hamilton Parkway stop and 8th Avenue. "We're told they were munching grass", MTA spokesman Jon Weinstein told the Times in what is probably the best update any MTA spokesperson has ever had the pleasure to deliver. If they got worked up over it, it was only because these two vermin may have made their horrifying daily commute somehow even worse.

The goats were captured by police who tranquilized them just before 1 p.m.

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He definitely helped them, by transporting the pair to an animal sanctuary for medical care.

Stewart teamed with the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, New York, to provide the two animals a home after their two-hour escapade on a public transportation rail.

The sanctuary said the goats are males and have been named Billy and Willy.

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