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Deer attacks two men, then takes man’s cigarettes

Signs of the Times – by Nicole Vowell KETK NBC

Whitehouse, Texas – Joseph Rose and Cole Kellis were leaving their home in Whitehouse on Friday morning when they noticed a deer in their front yard.

Rose approached the deer and he says the deer seemed friendly. But then Kellis and Rose say the deer then charged them and started to attack.

Rose and Kellis ran to Rose’s pick-up truck to try to get away from the wild buck. The deer then “poked” Rose in his ribs, so Rose jumped out of his truck into the back-bed. Rose says he left his driver-side door open and the deer climbed in and took his pack of cigarettes that were sitting in his center console.

The deer starting eating Rose’s smokes, and when Rose tried to get them back, Rose says the deer got more aggressive.

They then had to call Whitehouse police and the Game Warden. When police arrived they had to tase the deer and then Rose says it took more than 5 men to restrain the buck.

KETK spoke to Smith County Game Warden, Dustin Dockery, and he says, “Admire deer from a distance but do not approach them because they can be dangerous.”

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3 Responses to Deer attacks two men, then takes man’s cigarettes

  1. RedTail Hawk says:

    Duh….. actually rolling on the floor and laughing my azz off!
    Betting not menthol.
    Love it!

  2. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

    Hard habit to kick. LOL

    TASED?

  3. Jolly Roger says:

    Is it a coincidence that this strange behavior was exhibited during deer season?
    Sounds to me like one horny buck was mad about his girlfriend being shot, possibly by a cigarette smoker who drove a pick-up truck.

    On a related topic, I recently spoke with an insurance claims adjuster who told me that 11 months out of the year bucks never get hit by cars, but during hunting/mating season they get a little bit crazy and expose themselves to traffic in their pursuit of females. Only in November does a car hit anything with antlers (according to him).

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