DOWNINGTON, Pa. — A Pennsylvania business owner was startled to find a deer in her barbershop early Wednesday. After watching surveillance video, she was even more surprised.
Jennifer Brady, who owns JB’s Barber Shop in Downingtown, said she arrived at work shortly before 9 a.m. and found the deer inside her shop, WPVI reported. The shop’s surveillance camera showed that the animal crashed through one of the glass windows at around 5 a.m., the television station reported.
“It was like a six-point buck. I’m staring at it," Brady told WPVI. “I was like, ‘I can’t believe this right now.’ And then the thing started going crazy, jumping up on the station."
Suddenly, the deer bolted through the shop and jumped out of the window, fleeing the area, the television station reported.
Brady had to tell her customers that because of the mess, she had to close the shop and reschedule all appointments. The shop will reopen Thursday, she said.
”They couldn’t believe what they were hearing," Brady told WPVI. “At least it wasn’t someone trying to rob me. There was no ill will involved. It was just nature at its finest."
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