Deer Smashes Through Salon Window, Scares Everybody [VIDEO]


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Looking for a hot spot for your tree stand? Maybe put it in the lobby of this salon in Georgia.

On Sunday, the unnamed salon got an unwelcome visitor when a big buck smashed right through the front window—and proceeded to freak out before leaving.

He was probably mad that the salon didn’t accept walk-ins.


Deer bursts through salon window, startling customers

Surveillance footage captures a confused deer crashing through a salon window, startling customers before fleeing the scene. A customer seated in the waiting area suffered non-;ife-threatening injuries:

Posted by WSB-TV on Sunday, October 6, 2019


I’m not going to make too many jokes here because the older lady in the lobby suffered non-life-threatening injuries. I’m guessing the buck’s rear hoof caught her leg on the way down.

But c’mon…it’s pretty funny.

The buck runs around off-camera for a bit, and—much to my amusement—somehow gets a flat iron tangled up in its rack before running off. You can see the iron dangling at about the 0:20 mark.

The salon worker (or owner?) is understandably freaked out by the incident, but hey—that’s what insurance is for.



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