Guy Gets Mowed Down by Deer in McDonald’s Parking Lot [VIDEO]

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When Ken Worthy left the Locust, North Carolina McDonald’s, Diet Coke in hand, he probably took for granted that he would have an uneventful walk to his car.

Most of us would.

Mother Nature, however, had other plans.

“It was just a bit of brown,” Ken told local news, “And then I saw his face. And then I was down on the ground.”

Out of nowhere, a deer bowled Ken over and then scampered off.

 

DEER SLAMS INTO GUY

Grandma may have gotten run over by a reindeer. This guy just got tackled by a regular deer in Locust, NC. It happened in the parking lot of a McDonalds.

Posted by Channing Frampton on Friday, January 31, 2020

 

Ken, a retired detective, probably doesn’t get caught off guard too often. And thankfully, he wasn’t hurt too bad.

“I just see the flash of him rolling over me, and then he was gone,” Ken said. “And then I about doubled over laughing.”

It could just as easily have been his wife or some kids in the parking lot, so Ken was glad it was him. And we’re glad he wasn’t injured.

But most impressive? Ken didn’t even spill his Diet Coke.

 

 

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