In a photo posted on Twitter, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Montesdeosca is posing with "Boomer," an acting kangaroo.
The Lancaster Sheriff's Office said the deputy works the school beat in Lancaster.
A teacher, whose family member works in the film industry, brought "Boomer" to Antelope Valley High School so he can get comfortable around people.
Deputy Montesdeosca proving there is never a dull moment when you are a Deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.— LASD Lancaster Stn. (@LANLASD) January 13, 2018
Best story wins..... Go!#LASD #AV411 #ButItsAKangaroo #IntheDesert pic.twitter.com/9IN7wObeNv
The deputy saw "Boomer," and they just bonded.
You'll want to be on the lookout for the furry animal because he might appear in movies and be famous soon!
We have loved the stories! @Sam_anthas “It’s a Sheila & he should kiss it” wins! This is actually Boomer, an acting kangaroo who was brought to AVHS by his handler to help him get comfortable around humans!— LASD Lancaster Stn. (@LANLASD) January 13, 2018
Never a dull moment w/ @LASDHQ #LASD #AV411 pic.twitter.com/fm1U18872z
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