RCMP in Warman, Sask., were forced to arrest a "stubborn" goat for refusing to leave a Tim Hortons on Sunday morning.
In a statement, RCMP said that employees initially "asked" the goat to leave and tried to walk him outside, but the rebellious animal turned around and sauntered back through the restaurant's automatic doors.
Eventually two RCMP members were called to deal with the "disturbance."
The officers believed that the goat was "cold," and like many Canadians, was forced to take refuge in a Tim Hortons.
They added that the goat simply wanted to "sleep in the entrance."
Faced with a noncompliant citizen, the RCMP officers "arrested" the goat and escorted him into their vehicle.
RCMP says the goat was "very unhappy" at his treatment.
"The members decided to take him home instead of holding cells at the detachment," said the RCMP statement.
At first, they were unable to locate the owners of the goat after knocking on the doors of many local farms.
The goat was held at an animal hospital, until the RCMP tracked down his owners.
"We are happy to report that the goat is safe and sound, back with his owners after his adventurous night out on the town."