Calf, please take a seat

Calf near Bathurst gets stuck in plastic chair

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Bathurst calf puts itself in an awkward situation.

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A calf near Bathurst finds itself stuck in plastic chair.

A calf near Bathurst finds itself stuck in plastic chair.

YET another NSW animal has found itself in an awkward situation.

Last week, a sheep producer from Wagga Wagga was shocked to find a ewe had managed to get stuck in a tyre.

And now, a photo has surfaced of a calf near Bathurst in a similar predicament.

The calf had managed to get its head wedged in a plastic chair in the paddock.

Bathurst woman Natalie Cole shared the photo of the calf, which belonged to her grandfather, on the Western Advocate Facebook page.

“I was just driving along the Turondale Road to go to town and we looked over and I said ‘look at that’,” she told the Western Advocate.

But, luckily for the calf, it was easily freed from its plastic appendage.

But the question remains – how did it happen? Was the calf busy playing moosical chairs when the accident happened? Is it just milking sympathy? Or did someone simply ask it to take a seat?

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