Goat spotted on London underground

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A goat named 'Barney' walks through a ticket barrier with morning commuters at Vauxhall Underground Station in London, on August 28, 2014, during a photocall to launch Transport for London's first 'above ground map' of the Victoria line
A goat named 'Barney' walks through a ticket barrier with morning commuters at Vauxhall Underground Station in London, on August 28, 2014, during a photocall to launch Transport for London's first 'above ground map' of the Victoria line (AFP Photo/Justin Tallis)

London (AFP) - A horned brown goat named Barney shocked commuters as he checked into the London underground at Vauxhall station, trotting with nonchalance through the ticket barrier.

Barney, from Vauxhall City Farm, was brought to the station to promote Transport for London's first above ground map of the Victoria line.

The map is intended to encourage people to explore more of London.

The city farm is one of the locations featured on the map, along with Walthamstow Market and Park Theatre in Finsbury Park.