A goat in a small town in Ireland has been crowned king. What a lucky guy!
The honour comes in light of one of Ireland’s oldest festivals, the Puck Fair. Locals in the town of Killorglin pull a wild mountain goat from its habitat and crown him ‘King Puck’ for as long as the festival lasts.
This year’s King Goat was paraded through Killorglin on Thursday. During his coronation, the goat was crowned by Queen Puck, a local schoolgirl. 
“I’ve seen it for the last 11 years so it’s nothing new but when I first moved here from England I thought it was strange. I heard a fella today saying he’s been coming to Puck for 57 years so that says a lot!” a festival goer, Ben Henry told Reuters.
The origins of the festival remain unidentified, however, the local theories range from a harvest celebration to a single goat fleeing from Oliver Cromwell’s …