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Backseat cows spotted in Wisconsin McDonald's drive-through line

Aug. 27 (UPI) -- A visitor to a McDonald's drive-through in Wisconsin captured video of an unusual sight -- a cow riding in the back seat of another car.

Jessica Nelson, who posted the video to Facebook, said she was in line at the drive-through of the Marshfield eatery when she she spotted what she initially thought was a fake cow in the back seat of another car.

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Nelson said she got her phone out to record video when she noticed the cow was moving -- and was very much real.

"I realized it was 100% real," she told the Green Bay Press Gazette. "No one seemed to be as interested as I was. I was the only one with my phone out."

The cow turned out to belong to a man named Bernie who said he had just purchased the animal from a fair and was making a pit stop for food on the way home. Nelson was shocked to learn that the cow she saw was only one of three calves inside the vehicle at the time.

"There were three calves total in the back seat!" she said. "I'm just finding this out now."

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