VIDEO: B.C. conservation officer gets wakeup call by moose

‘This may have crossed the line’

A conservation officer in B.C.’s Peace Region woke up Wednesday morning to discover he had a rather large four-legged visitor by his window.

The Conservation Officer Service tweeted a video shot by the officer, poking fun at how everyone knows everyone in small communities.

“However, this may have crossed the line,” the tweet read.


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