A cow has been making a scene of its own in Philadelphia, twice escaping a church nativity display, KOCO reported.
Stormy the cow escaped the Old First Reformed Church of Christ and ended up on an interstate Thursday, KOCO reported.
Police rounded up the large animal, boxing it in using their vehicles and walking it off the interstate to return it to the church, KOCO reported.
It didn't take long for Stormy to break out again, according to KOCO.
The cow was found on the fourth floor of a parking garage before it was taken back to the nativity scene, KOCO reported.
Stormy has been returned to the farm she belongs to, KYW reported. Her daughter took her spot in the nativity scene.
Philadelphia police officials tweeted about the incident:
If you're in the area of 4th and Market, beware of traffic delays. A cow is loose. Again. No, we can't believe we're tweeting this either. pic.twitter.com/3FW6iHzQws— Philadelphia Police (@PhillyPolice) December 14, 2017
You know, you start your day saying "well, being a cop is a tough job, but at least I won't have to catch a cow today." But, it wouldn't you know it? You're wrangling a bovine. Then you say, "Well, at least I'll never have to do that again...." pic.twitter.com/EY5K5FkgVd— Philadelphia Police (@PhillyPolice) December 14, 2017