Sometimes a photo of a unique animal being caught in the city of Detroit begins making the rounds on social media.
- Snapchat video shows man walking kangaroo in Detroit
- Alligator captured after found wandering on Detroit's west side
On Monday night, Seth Myers, the former Digital Director at WXYZ, was walking when he saw a man and a woman walking their goat through the city.
The goat was on a leash near Fishbones and The Old Shillelagh in Greektown.
Just spotted this couple walking a goat through downtown #Detroit. Here they are heading up Brush, into Greektown. pic.twitter.com/g4ax7pTfgG
— Seth Myers (@sethpm) October 10, 2017
According to Myers, the man and woman walked the goat up Brush St. and past Lafayette.
A comment on our Facebook post said the man was named Erick Brown, and he allegedly travels around the country living out of a bus with his goat.
In a YouTube video, he said he is in the Detroit area because he's looking for a city to start a commune called Hobo Hobby. His goal is to get people off the streets, give them a hobby and as he said, "innovate people."
Earlier this year, a Snapchat video caught a man walking a kangaroo in a Detroit neighborhood and last year, an alligator was found wandering on the city's west side.