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Are you kidding me? Goat rescued after trying to board a tram

This is the bizarre moment a goat was spotted at a tram stop in Sale. Photo: ITV News.

This is the bizarre moment a goat was spotted at a tram stop in Sale.

The cute farm animal was pictured milling around among commuters as they stared at their phones.

The goat, nicknamed Trammy, wandered onto the platform at Sale Water Park at around 8am.

Louise Fields from Dogs 4 Rescue headed down to the Metrolink stop after receiving a call from a member of the public.

Trammy is now being cared for at the charity and is 'doing great', the charity said.

The farm animal, real name Belle, was later reunited with her owner.

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Julie Swindells, who works as a nurse at Petmedics Veterinary Hospital in Worsley, said she was 'over the moon' to find out Belle was safe.

The vets checked her over and said she was doing well.

Trammy went missing from a field at Well-i-Hole Farm, in Saddleworth on Sunday.

"She went missing early hours Sunday morning. Two gates had been opened.

"I put it on Facebook, and lots of people shared it.

"To be honest, I thought she'd been eaten. People do take goats for eating."

– Julie Swindells

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