A stationer's shop in a Russian town is counting the cost of a passionate fling involving a bull which followed a cow after it trotted in from the street.
The bull and his mate were not to be disturbed
There may not have been much china in the shop in Pionersk but eight panes of glass got smashed in the process, Russia's Interfax news agency reports.
The shop assistant fled outside where help was summoned with a mobile phone.
Yet there was nothing for it but to wait for the "end of the act" after which the pair vacated the premises.
The owners of the shop in the port on the Baltic, in the Kaliningrad region, were counting the damage on Monday as the owners of the offending beasts were sought, local police told Interfax.
So shocked was the shop assistant that she forgot to press the shop's "panic button" in her haste to escape.
Security guards and passers-by gathered in the street but were powerless to intervene.