This man was just pulled over for driving down a busy highway with a bull riding shotgun.
The black and white Watusi bull wasn’t small either.
Photos captured by other drivers show the animal with half of its body, including its monster horns, protruding out the side of the car.
In fact, the driver had to cut half his windshield and roof off in order to fit the massive animal inside the vehicle.
The passenger’s side door was also replaced with a metal guard rail to keep the bull in, something you’d usually only see in a cattle yard.
And with ‘Nebraska’s Big Rodeo Parade: Best Car Entry’ written on the side of the car, this situation was less than conspicuous.
The Nebraska driver was eventually pulled over after another driver called to report the bizarre sighting.
Police Captain Chad Reiman said that even though officers were warned, they were shocked when they finally caught up with the driver.
“They thought it was going to be a calf, something small or something that would actually fit inside the vehicle,” Police Captain Reiman told Nebraska Northeast.
The police captain said there were “some citable issues with that situation” and said the officer on duty wrote him some warnings.
Instead of impounding the vehicle, the officer told the driver to please just take the animal back home.
So, the driver took his beloved bull, called Howdy Doody, back home and called it a day.
Considering the size of a Watusi bull, it’s honestly shocking the driver made it fit at all.
These bulls weigh about 700kg (1600 pounds) and their horns grow to almost 2.4 meters (eight feet) long.
And looking at Howdy Doody’s horns protruding at least a meter from the side of the car, it’s impressive they didn’t gorge any other unsuspecting vehicles on the road.