Innocent Police Report About Saving A Chicken Goes Viral For A VERY Unexpected Reason
- Police were called to Newtown in Sydney after a lone chicken crossed the road
- Officers were able to secure the chook safely and transport it to a nearby vet
- NSW Police shared the innocent message on Facebook and unexpectedly went viral
- Photo of male police officer holding the rescued chicken in his hands caused madness
- Many social media users started swooning over the agent’s attractiveness
An innocent police report about safely rescuing a chicken from a street has gone viral for a very unexpected reason.
Police were called to Wilson Street in a western Sydney suburb of Newtown at 3 p.m. on Sunday after a lone chicken crossed the road.
After much trial and error by officers and the public, police said they were able to secure the timid bird safely and transport it to Sydney University Vet Hospital, where he is being cared for.
Police were called to Wilson Street in the Sydney suburb of Newtown at 3pm on Sunday 19 September after a lone chicken crossed the road.
The NSW Police Department shared the news on Facebook, writing: ‘Look what the Inner West Police Area Command found eggs digging in the streets of Newtown!’
The post was accompanied by a photo of a male police officer wearing a mask and gloves in a vehicle, with the rescued chook in his hands.
The image has since gone viral after many users of the social media platform started swooning over the police officer.
NSW Police shared the news on Facebook and the post has since gone viral for a very unexpected reason
One user wrote: ‘Omg this cop is gorgeous! Hey.’
Another said: ‘How old is the handsome policeman? Ask for a friend.”
“I don’t see a hot chook, I just see a hot cop,” wrote a third.
The image of the male cop with the chook made many Facebook users swoon over the cop’s attractiveness
Others were quick to say how they wish they had been in the chicken’s position in this case.
“Happy old chook to get picked up by that cutie,” said one user.
“I think any good CHICK would cross the road to be detained by this officer,” wrote another.
As social media continues to rage over the male officer, police are continuing the investigation.
Anyone with information about the chicken or owner is requested to contact University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Sydney.