ISLES OF SCILLY, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 20: Cows graze at Troytown Farm, Britain's most south-westerly farm on St Agnes on the Isles of Scilly on February 20, 2017 in Cornwall, England. Many of the businesses on the islands are now readying themselves for the coming tourist season which normally starts seeing larger and larger increases in visitor numbers starting in April, before peaking in August and early September, before dwindling again in late October early November. The temperate Isles of Scilly, with a population of just over 2200, are an archipelago of five main inhabited islands set amongst hundreds of smaller islands and rocky islets, located approximately 28 miles off the south western tip of the Cornish peninsula, making it the most westerly in England and the southernmost location of the United Kingdom. Originally, to sustain the islanders the Scillonian economy relied heavily on trade with the mainland, with industries such as seaweed harvesting, pilotage, smuggling, fishing, shipbuilding and more latterly, flower farming. However, more recently tourism has become the major part of the local economy, estimated to account for 85% of the islands' income and accounting for approximately 63% of all employment. Arrival to the cluster of low-lying islands is currently only by small plane from Exeter, Newquay or Land's End, or and only during the summer, by the passenger ferry Scillonian lll from Penzance. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Employees at a Marshfield, Wisconsin McDonald’s recently got the shock of their lives when a customer brought a cow through their drive-thru.

The other people in line were also shocked. One lady named Jessica Nelson even filmed the cow sitting calmly in the backseat, looking out the window at her.

A WHOLE FREAKING COW!!! Tell me you live in Wisconsin without telling me you live in Wisconsin 🤣Edit to add: McDonald’s drive thru, Marshfield, WI.(For licensing and usage, contact:

Posted by Jessica R. Nelson on Thursday, August 26, 2021

When posting on Facebook, Nelson captioned the video, “Tell Me how you live in Wisconsin without telling me you live in Wisconsin.”

The video on Facebook now has over 52,000 views.

It’s still not clear who brought the cow to McDonald’s or why.

Source: Newsweek

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