Rogue Deer Crash Into Wisconsin Ale House

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Fans in Menomonie, Wis., were watching the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA playoffs at a sports bar Sunday. Suddenly two deer crashed through the front doors and sent glass flying in the Stout Ale House. Patrons and staff wrestled the animals to the ground and showed them the door.


Fans in Menomonie, Wisconsin were watching the Bucks in the NBA playoffs at a local sports bar. Suddenly two real bucks male deer, that is -crashed through the doors of the Stout Ale House. Patrons and staff managed to wrestle the animals to the ground and showed them the door. The Bucks sports team lost the game, though glass was flying. The real deer seemed unharmed, and the bar's owner said the damage didn't add up to big bucks.


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