Reba's Big Adventure: Hen Hops Into Instacart Shopper's Car Trunk Reba rode with the delivery person to Costco, where he discovered her and assumed he'd been pranked. He left Reba wandering the parking lot. Reba's owners were notified by social media.
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Reba's Big Adventure: Hen Hops Into Instacart Shopper's Car Trunk

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Reba's Big Adventure: Hen Hops Into Instacart Shopper's Car Trunk

Reba's Big Adventure: Hen Hops Into Instacart Shopper's Car Trunk

Reba's Big Adventure: Hen Hops Into Instacart Shopper's Car Trunk

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Reba rode with the delivery person to Costco, where he discovered her and assumed he'd been pranked. He left Reba wandering the parking lot. Reba's owners were notified by social media.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. A little hen named Reba had a big adventure this week when she hopped into the trunk of an Instacart shopper. Reba rode with the delivery person all the way to the local Costco, where he discovered her and assumed that he'd been pranked - because how does a chicken get in your trunk? He left Reba wandering in the parking lot. Reba's owners were contacted on social media by some good Samaritans who returned her. And Reba has a real good story to tell her friends.

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