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A Tiny Unicorn Escaped And Led State Troopers On A Crazy Five Hour Chase

"Please be advised the unicorn is in custody."

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Photographer Sandra Boos, of Madera Ranchos, California, got the pony for her 5-year-old daughter Tatum a year ago, and often incorporates the dolled-up white "unicorn" into her photo shoots.

On Wednesday, the 300-pound pony was decked out in her unicorn finest for a photo series when she accidentally broke free from her rope and TOOK OFF.

That's when Boos called in the highway patrol. "She's all white and she's small, which made finding her difficult. The highway patrol called in a helicopter and they actually used infrared heat to find her."

"We had people stopping traffic," Boos told BuzzFeed. "And people came out from a horse rescue." It was actually Boos' friend Renee who helped to corral Juliet after she was located.

Weirdly, this isn't the first ~runaway animal~ to go wildly famous on Feb. 26. You remember the llamas, of course.

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You can watch Juliet's entire harrowing story here:

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