A pumpkin patch goat that had its nails painted bright pink overnight was kidnapped by a young woman who gave the animal a pedicure overnight and then returned the animal to its enclosure.
Surveillance video shows the unknown woman taking the animal from its enclosure for the apparent prank at the PB Pumpkin Patch in San Diego, California, where owners were shocked to find the animal with a freshly painted pedicure on Monday morning
A review of surveillance video from the previous night revealed the kidnapping and pedicure that coincided with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, during which the color pink is used to raise awareness of the disease.
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Surprise: A thief swiped a live goat only to return it hours later with its nails painted bright pink
Video footage posted by Fox 5 San Diego shows the thief, who appears to be a young, slim woman in her 20s, hoisting a small goat over a white picket fence as she returns the animal to an enclosed bed of hay where it was kept.
The woman then jumps over the fence and picks up the goat to pose for a picture with the animal.
A young man outside the fence snaps her picture while he puffs on a cigarette.
The owners of the pumpkin patch, which is located across the street from a high school, are not pursuing any legal action concerning the incident.
Harmless: The goat snatcher and her accomplice returned the goat safely to its home
Just last year, four teenagers were arrested for snatching goats from Norte Vista High School outside Los Angeles, which less than 100 miles from the pumpkin patch.
The teenagers stole nine goats from the high school, where students were raising the animals for an agriculture project, and tried to sell them for cash.
Police eventually recovered seven of the stolen goats.