Nice story but if they would have chosen a better picture, the PR would be even better.
It's sad, because the picture conveys two messages: to people who don't know nothing about goat driving that it's ok to drive with equipment not fitted correctly. And to people who know about driving that goat people don't have enough knowlegde/don't care enough to fit the equipment properly and therefore don't have to be taken seriously.
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