Recently a rouge cow gave dealership employees an experience they will never forget.
In Stirling, Scottland an escaped cow from a cattle market wondered into the Arnold Clark Stirling Mazda. The employees said that the cow seemed to be calm at first but then became startled when the automatic doors shut behind it. During a 20 second stampede, the cow managed to do $2,000 worth of damage to a Mazda2 and an MX-5 Miata. The cow then crashed through a sliding door and was later caught.
The livestock dealer agreed to reimburse the dealership for all the damages. This is the automotive equivalent of “a bull in a China Shop”!