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When traffic comes to a standstill, that's hardly news. Often, it's the cause of the back-up that people are interested in.

A cow became the focus of attention as it brought traffic to a standstill. The loose bovine was on the run from police.




In Noblesville, Indiana a video taken by a couple in their car went viral as they filmed a runaway cow. The cow cuts across traffic, attempting to get to freedom.

One of the people in the car can be heard saying,

"Who loses a cow in Noblesville?"

The commenters were blown away by the cow running to freedom.

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Though the cow cuts across traffic, stopping many cars, the passengers in the video can be heard laughing. The cow is very determined to get wherever they plan to go.

Noblesville Police were in pursuit to capture and protect the free running animal, but cops can be scary.

Maybe that's why the cow went to its nearest sanctuary.






In a move that couldn't have been better planned as an advertisement, the cow tries to escape to a shopping center with a prominently featured Chik-Fil-A restaurant.

The Chik-Fil-A brand is known for its chicken sandwiches and ads which show cows encouraging you to eat there, presumably because it means they might not be eaten.

While we can't be one hundred percent sure this wasn't a promo for the brand, if so, it's unbelievably well excuted.

Minus the cops, of course.




Cows have had it pretty good, and not just escaping from the cops to grab a chicken sandwich. Last month, they got their own Tinder-like service to find matches for breeding.

It's good to be a cow.

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