Buck Breaks Into Home, Sets Off Burglar Alarm, and Escapes Into Pool [VIDEO]

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All hell broke loose when this juvenile buck found himself stuck inside a house.

We don’t know the circumstances, but from what I can tell, this is actually a police officer filming the video——not the homeowner.

We’re guessing that the officer responded to reports of a burglar alarm going off, and when he arrived, the only intruder he found was this small buck.

But even a small buck can be a dangerous foe, so the officer drew his sidearm.

At one point, he has the red dot right on the vitals.

The homeowner will probably be thankful he didn’t pull the trigger. Can you imagine the mess?

Check it out:


Unusual Burglar

This guy was startled when his burglar alarm went off as it wasn't your traditional burglar.Credit: David SikesLicensing – info@bang-on-entertainment.com

Posted by Wot Da Hell Dat on Sunday, June 11, 2017


The guys open a few doors, giving the buck an escape route. Thankfully, he takes it.

No sooner do they get the deer out of the house when it runs smack-dab into the pool.

Poor buck’s probably scared out of his wits at this point.

Eventually, he finds his way out and scrambles into the woods.




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