Community Unites to Rescue Sacred Cow from roof of Service Station

On a Sunday, an unusual and unexpected situation arose that required an emergency operation to be launched. The cause of this emergency? A large fiberglass cow had made its way to the roof of the Vibe service station located on South Western Highway. The sight alone was enough to turn heads, but the weather conditions made the situation even more precarious. With the risk of the cow blowing off the roof, authorities were quickly alerted, and locals joined in to help move the cow to safety.

The task at hand required a cherry picker to be employed to carefully lower the plastic livestock from its temporary perch. Fortunately, the local community came together to lend a hand, and with their help, the cow was brought back down to earth, to the delight of onlookers. In appreciation of their efforts, those involved received a well-deserved round of applause.

Interestingly, the cow’s identity is believed to be “Moosli,” who had gone missing from a local primary school’s garden some weeks prior. According to one eyewitness, the cow was taken from the school by individuals who seemingly did not care about the children’s interests. Thankfully, the cow’s safe return will be welcome news for the local school community as it will be repainted and returned to the school’s garden.

All in all, it was a bizarre and unexpected event that brought the community together in a moment of unexpected camaraderie. Despite the initial shock of seeing a cow on a roof, it’s heartening to know that the community was able to work together to ensure that the cow was brought back down to earth safely.

For the latest retailer news and information, check out the ServoPro website, or to speak to us on how we can help your business contact us.


Scroll to Top