THIS is the bizarre moment a zebra charges through the streets of Seoul after escaping from a zoo.
The stripy animal cut loose from Seoul Children’s Grand Park Zoo, South Korea, on Thursday.
The male zebra, named Sero, then went on a three-hour jaunt before local authorities were able to catch up with him.
Hilarious footage of the two-year-old escapist trotting through the capital city was filmed by local bystanders.
At one point the African horse picked up some serious pace as it headed for a major road.
Other clips even captured the moment Sero poked his nose into residents’ garbage bins in the city’s east.
According to zoo officials, the zebra busted out at around 2.50pm after he destroyed the wooden fencing lining his pen.
A few hours later, police and emergency services were able to locate the animal and trap it.
Sero was shot with tranquilizers and returned to the zoo.
There have been no reports of injuries or property damage as a result of the incident.
A Children’s Grand Park Zoo spokesman told the Associated Press the zebra has been assessed by vets and is in a stable condition.