On June 17, 1994, OJ Simpson led police on the slowest and most publicized police chase in the history of live television. On February 26, 2015, OJ finally met his match.
This afternoon, two llamas — one black and one white — were spotted roaming the streets of Sun City, Arizona.
There's currently not a lot of information concerning the details behind their excursion, but there was a live stream, and I can confidently say it's one of the more entertaining things I've ever watched.
If you weren't lucky enough to watch it live, I captured some screenshots to help tell the story.
Buckle up: You're in for one hell of a ride.
We open in an unassuming neighborhood in sunny Arizona.
We then move to a busy intersection because llamas thrive on adrenaline.
Are llamas pedestrians? They think they are.
Llamas don't know what trespassing is. They just flock to the nicest grass.
After a vigilante begins to give chase, the llamas decide it's time for a change of scenery.
Mingling in traffic like they own the road.
If you think these llamas are cornered, you clearly don't know who you're messing with.
They have to split up! It's their only option!
I legitimately believe the guy at the bottom wanted to fight Black Llama.
Yet so far.
White Llama appears out of nowhere! The gang is back together!
This might be the final standoff. Tensions are high.
"You'll never take us alive, coppers!!!!"
Sadly, Black Llama is captured soon after, but not before telling White Llama to do whatever he can to escape.
It's just like OJ, only it's a white llama instead of a white Bronco.
After finding himself deserted in more ways than one, White Llama decides it might not be worth it after all.
He gives up without a fight. He did what he came to do.
"Get my good side."
Partners in crime reunited at last. I doubt this is the last time we'll hear from the Llama Gang.