This Lamborghini hauls...goats

We've seen Lamborghinis tow stuff before, but never live animals and never with a Murcielago.

When you're looking for a good work vehicle, you have many things to consider. Interior comfort is on the list, but towing and hauling capabilities are certainly more important. This is why folks buy trucks to do their dirty work. It's typically not why someone would buy a Lamborghini Murcielago.

That's not stopping one owner from putting his Lambo to work. Recently, a YouTube member with the YouTube name Joseph Criniti uploaded a video showing a Murcielago towing a trailer. Inside said trailer you see a pair of live goats. Mr. Criniti added a soundtrack as well: Limp Bizkit's "Rollin."

We've seen Lamborghinis tow stuff before, but never live animals and never with a Murcielago.

We're guessing that this is a first-generation Murcielago, which means it was built between 2001 and 2006. That also means there's a 6.2-liter V-12 engine out back, which makes 572 horsepower. It's capable of pushing the car from 0-62 mph in under four seconds, but we're sure that time is affected with the goats and trailer in tow.

Just under 4,100 Murcielagos were built. We have to believe the number of those that have towed anything is less than 10. Still, you work with the tools you're given and it seems this owner had a trailer, a pair of goats, a Lamborghini, and needed to move said goats.

There's also a chance that we're dealing with a damn fine fake Lamborghini. It looks real enough to our eyes, but it's certainly possible that it's not.

This story originally appeared on MotorAuthority.

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