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I don’t know what it is with Roy Hibbert, but this guy seems to keep encountering the weirdest things and sharing them on Twitter. The Indiana Pacers center tweeted a picture of a man standing on the sidewalk with a pet goat after his team’s 93-82 win over the New York Knicks on Tuesday.
Hibbert shared his objection with the farm animal being next to a big street with nice cars and restaurants nearby:
I know we live in Indiana. But this should not be happening outside of a fine dinning restaurant. GOAT!!!! twitter.com/Hoya2aPacer/st…
— Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer) May 15, 2013
Hey, at least it’s better than seeing a girl pooping in the street.
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