WINONA, Minn. – A woman on her way to St. Paul really got the goat of auto repairman James Prusci.
She went to Tires Plus in Winona Friday, wanting a belt replaced on her Chevy Malibu. While he was doing paperwork, she said she had a goat in her trunk.
"A what?" he asked. She told him she planned to butcher it.
It was painted Minnesota Viking colors — purple and gold — with Brett Favre's No. 4 shaved on its side. Favre made his Vikings debut Friday in a preseason game.
Prusci called animal control, which took the goat to a local vet. He was renamed Brett and placed in foster care.
Animal control officer Wendy Peterson said Monday the city attorney is reviewing the case for possible citations.