Seguin Man, 70, Transports 200-Pound Deer 160 Miles in Most Redneck Way Possible

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Just when Texans think they have seen it all, here comes a hunter driving down a highway with a 200-pound buck attached to the front on his Jeep with its feet in the air.

And this isn’t a small-town road tucked away in Texas’ Hill Country, this is Interstate 10. But that didn’t stop 70-year-old driver Bobby Wuest from transporting his kill over 160 miles in the head-turning fashion.

“I got a lot of thumbs up and perfect hand gestures, and people take pictures of it one after another. I got a lot of positive feedback from people,” Wuest told the Seguin Gazette, the newspaper that initially posted the photo of the buck hanging on the front of the Jeep.

This article originally appeared on MySA

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