A Lamborghini Murciélago has been caught on camera in Australia towing a rather unusual load.
Filmed by passer-by Joseph Criniti, the supercar is seen towing a metal trailer, in which there are a number of goats sitting amongst hay bales.
The livestock appears unperturbed by their high-spec transport, while the driver and passenger seem oblivious of the attention they are attracting.
The shabby trailer makes a striking contrast to the Murciélago, which was built between 2001 and 2010 and commands prices of over £150,000 second hand.
Criniti later shared the footage to his YouTube channel with the comment: "Who uses a Lamborghini to tow goats around in a box trailer!! For people who say why?? I say why not!!"
Thanks to a 6.2-litre V12 powerplant, the early Murciélago is capable of powering to 62mph in just 3.8 seconds, topping out at over 200mph.
However, we doubt this driver reached anywhere near that towing this unlikely cargo.