Summer rain in Hong Kong is no joke — something that even wild cattle realize.
Dr. Louie Hung-tak Lobo, a sports medicine professor, stumbled on four wild cattle in the Kau Sai Chau Public Car Park in Sai Kung during Wednesday night’s downpour, and posted a photo to Facebook. They were apparently taking shelter from the rain.
Sai Kung Buzz reported that car park staff tried to shoo the cattle away, but the cows just kept moo-ving around indoors.
They left without paying any parking fees ($10 per hour on weekdays).
Wild cattle are a common sight in Sai Kung, where there are efforts to protect them.
The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department advises anyone who encounters wild cattle not to make sudden movements or noise, or attempt to touch or feed the animals.