Somebody with access to both graphics and AI apps has now filed three alleged 311 complaints about loose goats on the streets of Boston, except, as 311 noted in closing a complaint with the above photo of a "wet and smelly" goat allegedly at Chestnut and Brimmer streets on Beacon Hill, that's not Chestnut and Brimmer streets on Beacon Hill.
The photo bears an interesting similarity to A Photo of a Goat on the Street of a Major City During the Day, right down to the camera angle, only it's an AI-generated image that can be yours to use and enjoy for just $79.99.
Another complaint purports to be about a supposed trash-eating goat at 30 Pond St. in Dorchester, only the photo was composed in a photo editor by somebody who needs to do a better job of cropping the goat from one image and putting it on another:
311 marked it closed:
Nothing found curbside during Inspections, no signs of goats.
The same alleged goat was allegedly also spotted outside the Friends of the Public Garden office on Beacon Street at Charles Street:
311 closed the complaint with a note that it was "not an Environmental Services issue."