Kalamazoo, MI – The “deer in trunk not dead” video has become viral, spreading all over the internet. Some people say it’s popularity is due to the “dead” deer video resembling a scene from the Chris Farley comedy movie Tommy Boy.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, deer videos tend to be popular. Once, a deer was caught running into a cyclist during the 2013 Monster Cross and Mountain Bike race in Virginia. Another video shows a helicopter blowing a deer to safety off of a frozen lake.
Michigan has 2 million deer, which cause more than 60,000 crashes each year, and dead deer roadkill meat can be kept if the incident is reported … assuming that the dead deer does not suddenly arise and escape from the trunk.
Just don’t donate any roadkill deer meet to charity in Louisiana, since state law forbids the serving of venison at homeless shelters. The Louisiana Health Department actually forced a homeless mission to destroy $8,000 worth of deer meat. But back to the new video…
In the middle of the night Tuesday, two agents patrolling the area had spotted a man sitting in his car outside the Red Roof Inn in Kalamazoo. The motorist asked permission to keep the dead deer for its meat. So the officer asked to see the dead deer in the trunk to make sure it was tagged and accounted for.
The supposedly “dead” deer suddenly leaped from the trunk, fell to the ground, but quickly got back up to run into the woods. The driver, who has not been named, was said to be “lost for words.”
What do you think about the “deer in trunk not dead” video?