Is this the most insane way to transport a harvested deer? We think it might be.
Every year during the Missouri rifle season, thousands of hunters find success in the early days of the hunt. But what happens after you tag a buck and don't have a truck?
Well, here's an option, albeit an unconventional one.
See what this Dodge Neon driver did on Highway 63 in Missouri. It's sure to turn a few heads as you're driving down the highway!
Once they reach their destination, the hunter can start skinning the buck instantly!
November is a bizarre month, with deer often being found in unusual places, and videos like this add to the goofiness factor.
It's all just a clear indication that it's deer season, and these things just happen.
It's a common conception that the "real work" starts after shooting a deer. Constructing a contraption like this couldn't have been easy!
We hope the commuters of Highway 63 and the buck made it to their destination in one piece.