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Drunk teens steal circus llama, take it for joyride

Published On: Dec 24 2013 02:04:54 PM CST
Updated On: Nov 06 2013 02:59:22 PM CST
Drunk teens steal llama

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A group of drunk teens recently shared the night of their lives with a stolen circus llama.

The teens were leaving a club in Bordeaux, France, and decided to steal a circus llama for a late-night romp, which was well-documented through several photos posted on social media sites.

While the llama, named Serge, was never harmed by the teens, he was dragged through the streets of the French city into the early morning hours until he was eventually taken for a ride on the tram, prompting the tram driver to alert the authorities. According to NBC news, the teens were then arrested at the next tram station and the llama was returned to the circus. Despite being concerned, the circus director dropped the charges after noticing how much attention the heist brought to the circus.

Many people have come to see Serge and he even has his own Tumbler page now.

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