COW is spotted sitting on passenger's lap in car on Chinese motorway

COW is spotted sitting on passenger's lap in car on Chinese motorway

March 17, 2022

Udder madness! Moment a COW is spotted sitting on passenger’s lap as car drives along Chinese motorway

  • The bizarre sight was caught on camera in the city of Yinchuan, northern China
  • Somehow the owners managed to squeeze the animal into the rear of the car
  • It doesn’t seem to enjoy the ride and can be seen struggling and trying to move 

This is the bizarre moment a cow was spotted squashed onto the back seat of a car driving down a Chinese motorway. 

Footage filmed by another motorist shows the farm animal sprawled across the lap of a woman in the vehicle in Yinchuan, northern China. 

The video, widely shared on social media in China this week, was reportedly filmed on March 8.

It shows the young cow looking out of the window behind the driver of a silver car which is travelling in the outside lane of the motorway.

The animal appears to be sitting on a woman wearing a red headscarf in one of the rear seats, before it starts to struggle and move around the cramped vehicle. 

Local media reported that the bizarre situation arose after a dairy farmer bought the calf from another farm. 

The cow was spotted in the backseat of a car travelling on a motorway in the Chinese city of Yinchuan

Because the other farmer did not have a truck to deliver it, he decided to take the animal home in his family car.   

Strangely, it is not the first time a cow has been spotted in the back seat of a vehicle.

Last August a woman filmed a calf being driven through a McDonald’s drive-thru in Marshfield, Wisconsin, when its owner went to get a meal. 

Jessica Nelson originally thought the cow was fake, but later found out that not only was it real, but there were two more calves in the rear of the Buick.   

‘I thought it was fake at first. Who puts a cow in a Buick?’ she said. ‘Then its whole head moved.

‘I just took the video of it because I was blown away.’

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