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Category:2017 films Category:2010s Hindi-language films Category:Indian films Category:Films about organised crime in India Category:Films set in the 1980s Category:Indian crime drama films Category:Indian action drama films Category:Indian heist films Category:Indian gangster films Category:2010s action drama films Category:2010s crime drama films Category:2010s gangster filmsMan Rides Goat Into Court In Protest of Stuck Goat Case A man in the British city of Edinburgh has been banned from the local courthouse after he rode a goat into the building. The man was apparently protesting the current situation in which one of his goats, named Daisy, had been stuck in a shed at the court building for about a week. When a judge asked the man if there was any legal issue he wanted to be raised, he said he wanted to challenge the way the court is run. Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said he wasn’t sure what was going on, but that the situation had been resolved. The situation began when a farmer was asked to remove an animal from the local court, which is located in the Scottish capital. After he could not, it was decided the animal should be confiscated. The farmer, who has been identified as Alistair Simpson, then called the local police to report that he had been robbed. Upon arriving, the officers discovered that the animal was still in the court building. ADVERTISEMENT This prompted the police to arrest Simpson for theft. While he was being brought to court, the goat walked free. After being released, Simpson was then told that the goat would need to be quarantined for a week. During that time, the police would be holding onto it. He was then banned from the courthouse until the end of September. A Scottish Minister, Alistair Carmichael, sent a letter to Simpson in the hopes of resolving the issue. In the letter, Carmichael said that the goat would have to be destroyed, and that Simpson would be responsible for any compensation. “I think this is an absurd situation,” Simpson told the BBC, adding that there was no case against the goat. Simpson has promised to continue to protest, saying that he is not afraid of going to jail.