Zebras Escape Circus and Run Free Across Philadelphia
A pair of Zebras escaped from a zoo in Philadelphia on Sunday, leading police on a miles long chase through the city.
A pair of zebras escaped the circus on Sunday and led police on a miles long chase through the city of Philadelphia.
The animals got loose from the UniverSoul circus around 2 p.m., NBC Philadelphia reports.
One of the zebras was caught soon after, but the other was less easily wrangled.
Photos posted to social media show the zebra running through a park, down a busy street and past a KFC drive-thru.
The second zebra was finally caught several miles from where it escaped.
The Philadelphia Police Department subsequently tweeted:
":Zebras in custody. They are already sporting old-timey prisoner getup ahead of trial and sentencing. Have faith, fellas."
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