A deer that panicked inside a Minnesota Walmart was calmed by a shopper who wrestled the animal to the ground and gently held it down.
Then, she explained, the saw the deer sliding around on the smooth floor and Grasswick quickly pinning the animal against a bag of dog food.More news: NYC- Car crashes into Times Square pedestrians
Koljonen posted the photo of the deer whisperer covering the animal's eyes in an effort to keep it from resisting.
Koljonen said the deer apparently wandered in through the Garden Center's motion-sensor doors.More news: Britain to arrest criminal behind NHS cyber attack: Home Secretary
"It felt like i got slugged or something", Grasswick told WDAY-TV.
Grasswick covered the eyes of the startled deer and he and others managed to remove the animal and set it free outdoors.More news: Burberry Group plc (BRBY) Stock Rating Upgraded by Credit Suisse Group AG
Tom Grasswick, ironically from nearby Deer Creek, says he was just trying to save a few bucks when a little buck jumped right into the unsuspecting shopper. It was later carried outside and freed, according to the police, who added that neither the deer nor its human rescuers appeared hurt in the commotion.
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