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Llevan vacas al autoservicio de un McDonald's en Wisconsin, EE.UU.

They take cows for self-service for McDonald’s in Wisconsin, USA.

Seen in a car at a Wisconsin McDonald’s: a cow.

Mosinee’s Jessica Nelson stopped while driving into a McDonald’s in Marshfield and said she looked up to see a cow in the back seat of the three-car Buick sedan ahead.

“I thought it was wrong at first. Who puts a cow in a Buick?” he told The Associated Press. Then his whole head moved.

He quickly picked up his phone and recorded a video of the cows.

“I only took the video because I was distraught that there was a cow in the back of my Buick,” he said.

He posted the video on his Facebook page with the caption “Whole cow!!! Tell me you live in Wisconsin without telling me you live in Wisconsin.”

He also posted a message on the video that read, “That’s a whole cow (expletive) in the back of that car!”

By Friday afternoon, the video had garnered 112,000 views.

Nelson said the cow owner’s family saw the post and contacted them. They said the cow was actually a calf.

She said the owner had just bought it with other calves, who were also in the back seat but were lying out of sight, at an auction.

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