Back in 2006 a Swiss man was caught speeding on a Canadian highway.
The cop radared the violator going 161 km/h (100mph) in a 100 km/h (60mph) zone 1.
The foreign driver apologized for his transgression and explained to the traffic officer that he was taking advantage "of the ability to go faster without risking hitting a goat".
Canadian police spokesman Joel Doiron said he had never found a goat on the highways of eastern Ontario in his 20 years of service, but also added, "Nobody's ever used the lack of goats here as an excuse for speeding. I've never been to Switzerland, but I guess there must be a lot of goats there," he said.
The Swiss driver was ordered to pay a fine of C$360 ($330; £175) for speeding.
ps the above photo is of a mountain goat on a road running through Banff Park in Alberta, Canada.
And I see goats.
ps there are about 70,000 goats in Switzerland and the same number in Canada.
But of course the goat density in Switzerland is greater.
And they are everywhere.