Llama runs wild in Tallahassee
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- One Florida police department is used to dealing with calls about people running wild in the streets but not llamas.
Deputies in Tallahassee spent hours trying to corral a llama.
Their actions only angered the animal which ultimately backed up traffic forcing the deputies to use a teaser on the six foot tall animal.
"I've been doing this 20 years and they said there is going to be a lot of excitement in this job, but no one ever told me I would get spit in the face by a llama and trampled by one," said Tony Drzewiecki.
The llama has since been reunited with its owner.