Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been broadcasting their affection for Wyoming and their new $14 million property in a series of social media posts. One of Kardashian's recent Instagram Stories has garnered the wrong kind of attention though, specifically from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

The video – filmed by Kardashian – shows West pursuing a group of American antelope in his Jeep. At one point during the clip, Kardashian can be heard cautioning her husband, “I think you’re scaring them!” Watch below.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department told Fox via a spokesperson that it has since “sent someone to visit the famous couple’s ranch to inform its manager of the laws prohibiting the harassment of animals in the state.” No formal complaint has been issued against the Wests.

According to a TMZ a source close to the couple claims they were simply “cruising along when the animals came running by.”

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