First it was wild boars, then a horse. Now a group of goats have gone on the run around a residential area in Tuen Mun. Pictures capturing the bizarre scene on Saturday morning went viral online, with one showing six goats snacking on grass in Ng Lau Road. Another image showed two other goats crossing the road side by side on a pedestrian green light, prompting a passer-by to record the surreal episode. The stray goats escaped from land 200 metres away, where they were kept by a woman in her 70s. “Why did you all come here? You are not allowed to go out anymore. No food for you! [I’ll] leave you to starve to death!” the lady was quoted as saying by local media when she found her lost goats. The chastised Bovidae, who had names such as Ding Ding and Dau Dau, followed their owner back home. Asked why she kept goats, she replied: “Why do people keep a cat or dog?” A police spokeswoman said the force received a report shortly before 11am of about eight to nine goats loitering along Ng Lau Road. It was not the first time animals have been seen roaming Tuen Mun. In March, a brown horse ran alongside taxi in Wu Cui Road after it escaped from Tuen Mun Public Riding School. Wild boars have also caused problems in the area, with least seven cases of sightings reported in the first 10 months last year.