Family's goats take over mail truck, refuse to leave

Raw Video: Goats take over mail truck, refuse to leave

PITTSBURGH — You've heard of snakes on a plane, but what about goats in a mail truck? That was exactly what happened at one woman's home as she was getting packages delivered.

Kristine Toth and her family own two goats: Clyde and Buckley. Clyde and Buckley get free range of Toth's 4 acres of land during the day in the rural area where they live.

<p>A local woman said her goats, Clyde and Buckley, took over a postal worker&#39;s mail truck as she was getting packages delivered.</p> <p>Source: Kristine <span class="wsc-spelling-problem" data-spelling-word="Toth" data-wsc-lang="en_US">Toth</span></p>

A local woman said her goats, Clyde and Buckley, took over a postal worker's mail truck as she was getting packages delivered.

Source: Kristine Toth

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As the postal worker was delivering Toth's packages, Clyde and Buckley decided they wanted food and thought a good place for it might have been inside the mail truck. And they would not leave.

Toth said the postal worker is an acquaintance of the family and knows they have goats. But she said the postal worker was still pretty surprised.

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