"I guess it got some lights tangled up in its antlers," said Louis McIntire.
McIntire saw the decorated deer, with a tangle of lights on its antlers strung down to the ground. "Everyday they're around here," said McIntire.
The lights are usually reserved for the trees and fences, not the deer. "A deer with Christmas lights is like, what did Santa lose his reindeer," said Steve Cvanita.
A neighbor chased the buck and tried to get the lights off. "He'd get pretty close, but not close enough," said McIntire. "They jump the fence here once in a while."
Wildlife experts say the problem should resolve itself when the deer sheds the antlers. Link -via Arbroath