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WEST ALLIS, Wis. – A Wisconsin couple was left asking “seriously, doe?” after a deer managed to get into their home and do a lot of damage.

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Sue and Richard Sujecki told Spectrum News that they were sitting at home when a buck burst through their glass storm door and into their living room.

“I didn’t realize it was a deer until it came out of the living room,” Richard told Spectrum News. “It didn’t go through the door where it could have gotten out. Instead, it ran right past me and up the steps.”

Once upstairs, the deer was trapped, and managed to get inside every room in its efforts to escape. The Sujeckis said the buck, estimated to be 2 years old, broke glass, lamps and collectibles and even punched holes in the ceiling with its antlers.

“He was bleeding through his mouth and his leg and he looked through every window,” Sue told Spectrum News.

Erik Anderson, a warden for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, confirmed via email that he was called to help the Sujeckis remove the animal. The deer was trapped upstairs for nearly three hours, and Anderson said he’d never seen anything like it before.

DNR officers managed to corral the animal and direct it down the stairs and out the front door.

According to the DNR, it is deer mating season, and the buck may have been attracted to the holiday reindeer decorations outside of the Sujeckis’ home.

“This is Dasher and Prancer, and Prancer had an unwelcome suitor,” Sue told Spectrum News.