Well this is something you don't see every day, much less in quarantine. A tribe of goats went wild Tuesday evening in a neighborhood in east San Jose.
Terry Roelands said the hill behind his home caught on fire about 15 years ago and since then, they use goats a few times a year to clear the brush.
On Tuesday evening, one of the goats was eating flowers over a fence and somehow tapped one of the electric fences, causing it and others to break the boards on the fence, Roelands said.
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"All of a sudden they get onto our driveway and it was very exciting but I was a little bit nervous because the garage was open and I thought they might get into the garage," said neighbor Amit Patel.
This allowed about 200 goats to escape through a backyard and out onto the streets.
"When I got back from the store all the goats had broken through the fence and were wreaking havoc on our street," tweeted Roelands' son Zach.
A rancher got the goats back onto the ranchlands in about five minutes, Roelands said.
"This is the craziest thing to happen all quarantine," Zach tweeted.