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Officer Disciplined for Posting Romping Goat Photo on Facebook

September 27, 2010  | 

Southfield (Mich.) police responded to a call of two baby goats romping on a residential roof, because keeping goats is illegal within city limits, the Detroit Free Press reports.

The officer who photographed the goats posted a picture on his Facebook page and was later lightly disciplined for it because it's a crime scene photo. The officer also took the photo down.

Read the full story at Freep.com.


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