One lucky person is walking away with $2000 from the Bethlehem School Gala after a cow ‘deposited’ on their square of lawn.
Hundreds of people attended the school’s annual gala where fire truck rides, waterslides, rock climbs and balloon-popping kept everyone entertained.
Cameo the cow with owner John.
The school also held its third Cow Dump – an event which sees people buy a square meter of grass for $2 and wait impatiently to see if the cow deposits on their square.
This year the cow, named Cameo, took more than 90 minutes to “do her business”, leaving onlookers suggesting she drink coffee to “get her going”.
John Carmichael, owner of Cameo the cow, was worried she would not play along.
“Every time she lifted her tail we thought ‘this is it’ but then she was just teasing us.
“Last year she went right away.”
Eventually Cameo relieved her audience leaving one lucky ticket holder with $2000 and eight runner-up winners with $200.
A boy’s dream come true, 6 year old Jakob Bourne gets soaked as he slips and slides on the soapy slide at the Bethlehem Primary School gala. See video below.