Stormy the Cow Storms Out of Nativity Scene Twice Before Being Caught

Stormy the cow doesn’t want to be fenced in. (OLD FIRST REFORMED UCC VIA FACEBOOK)

Stormy the cow was on the loose in Philadelphia. Not once – but twice. And the rogue cow caused quite the traffic scene when he hoofed it across a busy highway.

The bovine made its first escape from the Old First Reformed Church of Christ in the city’s Old City neighborhood around 3 a.m. Thursday and wandered onto Interstate 95. It had to be corralled by police with their cruisers, according to FOX 29.

Hours later, the cow made a second break for it. Instead of heading for a highway again, Stormy took to the city streets and eventually was found on the fourth floor of a parking garage.

A cow from a living nativity scene at a church caused a commotion across some of the busiest parts of Philadelphia. (FOX 29)

Stormy was eventually led back to the church and given a full breakfast to keep her occupied, according to FOX 29.

The rogue cow made her first escape from the Old First Reformed Church of Christ in the city’s Old City neighborhood around 3 a.m. Thursday and wandered onto Interstate 95. (FOX 29)

Philadelphia Police said they’re investigating the how the bovine broke free. No injuries were reported by officers involved in the capture or the cow.

Police also joked on the unusual situation, writing on Twitter “If you’re in the area of 4th and Market, beware of traffic delays. A cow is loose. Again. No, we can’t believe we’re tweeting this either.”

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SOURCE: Fox News, by Travis Fedschun