A young deer found its way into a Pennsylvania grocery store, where it fearlessly browsed the aisles and approached shopping customers.
Alycia Hoffman filmed video Sunday afternoon at the Aldi store in Beaver County when she spotted a deer calmly walking through the facility.
"I thought it was really cute," Hoffman told KDKA-TV. "I was really excited and nobody pulled out their phones, so I pulled out my phone."
The video shows customers attempt to help the small deer, a yearling buck, exit the store, but they are unable to open an emergency exit.
Police arrived and escorted the deer out of the store. The animal rested for a time on the sidewalk, where a customer fed it some apples.
The deer eventually stood back up and was escorted to the nearby woods by a police officer.