A group of young steers were just looking to have a good time when they crashed a house party in Boxford, Mass.
“They enjoyed it. There’s no doubt about it. They went right for the beer and then when one was done, they’d knock another one over and take care of that beer,” Lt. James Riter of the Boxford Police Department told NBC.
Lt. Riter said he came upon the steers in the street that evening. He immediately began to direct traffic around the group, until the cows decided to run into the backyard of a nearby home. That's when he said he could hear screaming from the back of the house.
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“When I ran around back, a group of young adults were outside enjoying the nice weather and having a few beers. The cows chased them away from the table they were sitting at and started drinking their beers. They knocked the beer cans over with their noses and started drinking beer right off the table," Riter told the Boston Globe.
Once the cows finished the beer on the table, they all headed straight for the recycling bin to see if there was more.
Pat Canonica , who is hosting the cows at Rock Maple Farm in West Boxford for her son, said the cows were probably drawn to the noise of the party.
“They probably heard the voices. They’re very friendly,” Canonica said.
Canonica told the Boston Globe that he had never seen the cows have such a good time.
ABC was lucky enough to get the entire incident on film.