Bull Leads Police on Slow-Mooving Chase for Four Hours

iStock/Thinkstock(ARLINGTON, Texas) — This bull should've been charged with a slow-mooooving violation.

The lost animal led police on a nearly four-hour, slow-speed chase through Arlington, Texas, Monday, according to the Arlington Police Department. Police responded to the scene around 4:45 p.m., but the bull wasn't caught until 8:38 p.m., police said.

Dashcam video showed police cars slowly inching behind the bull, who was leisurely strolling down several residential streets in the city.

"The bull never appeared aggressive and officers were able to warn traffic and pedestrians as the bull roamed the streets," police said.

The bull was finally caught nearly four hours later by a Dalworthington Gardens ranch owner, who "grabbed his horse and "ended up 'lasson-ing' the bull," police said in a statement.

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