Man charged with walking pig in the city

Image copyright Norfolk Police
Image caption The pig was removed by the RSPCA and the male was eliminated by the cops

A guy has actually been accuseded of strolling a pig along a hectic city street in Norwich – without a lead.

Norfolk Police were contacted us to Prince of Wales Road on Wednesday and discovered the untethered pig “playing around” with a pet, which bit among the officers.

The guy was apprehended and later on accuseded of highways and public order offenses, and having a precariously out-of-control pet dog.

The pig was eliminated by the RSPCA and the guy will appear in court later on.

Officers were contacted us to reports of a male being violent to members of the general public at about 10:10 BST on Wednesday.

He was charged under Section 155 of the Highways Act 1980 with “having a pig loose and untethered on a public highway”, a cops spokesperson verified.

An officer who took a picture of the pig stated he was “lost for words”.

Image copyright N Chadwick/Geograph
Image caption The hectic Prince of Wales Road connects the city with the train station and is not where you would anticipate to discover a pig

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