2 goats found wandering subway tracks

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Jon Stewart has made a home for two goats found roaming along the subway tracks in New York City.

Seemingly making light of the situation, NYC Transit posted another tweet calling the goats, "Two very baaaaad boys".

Workers first spotted the black and white kids walking along the rails between the Fort Hamilton Parkway and New Utrecht stops in Borough Park just after 11 a.m.

The MTA noted that subway service was not affected by the wandering goats, so I guess we should all hope more wandering goats appear during rush hour commutes.

As a result, N trains were temporarily running on the D line in both directions between 36 St (Brooklyn) and Coney Island Stillwell Av.

By 10 a.m., the goats had been tranquilized and removed from the tracks by the NYPD.

The MTA says that the goats were seen on the above-ground N tracks near Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn earlier on Monday.

In the end, none other than Jon Stewart swooped in to transport the strays to a shelter in upstate NY run by the Farm Sanctuary animal rescue organization.

Check out Stewart helping to corral the beasts, reportedly named Willy and Billy, into a transport vehicle.

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