Scooter the llama REALLY wanted out of his enclosure.
So he hopped out of his pen and made a run for the border.
Eventually the llama caused traffic issues said Leon County Lt. Tony Drzewiecki. "Scooter was running in the middle of the road, so he was going to cause an accident eventually."
That’s when county deputies took up pursuit but Scooter still evaded capture.
It took six Tallahassess, Florida deputies, a lasso, a trailer and a taser to subdue the six foot tall animal. The taser was used after Scooter spit and stepped on a deputy.
Cops in the area said before they captured Scooter they were getting reports about a camel or alpaca on the loose from citizens.
Drzewiecki said the taser was needed to control the llama because the animals don’t respond to any voice commands.