Wild pig causes destruction in the regional city when it comes across a clothing store before the locals pick it up
This little pig went to the market! Wild pig causes destruction in the regional city by bumping into a clothing store before the locals finally find out how to catch it
- The pig roamed Thursday through Tully in the coastal region of Cassowary, QLD
- It walked down the street before it crossed a road and entered a clothing store
- Witnesses tried to catch it but failed until a stranger and a dog catcher helped
A wild pig has done a great deal of damage in a regional city when it came across a clothing store before the locals could catch it.
The pig roamed the center of Tully in the Kasowary Coast Region of Queensland on Thursday.
It walked down the main street before crossing a road and entered a clothing store, Igguldens.
Witnesses tried to catch the pig but were unsuccessful until a man threw a blanket over it.
They then called a dog catcher who caught the pig.
The pig roamed the center of Tully in the Kasowary Coast Region of Queensland on Thursday. It walked down the main street before crossing a road and entered a clothing store, Igguldens
Witness Emma Gardiner said she was drinking coffee when she noticed the pig.
& # 39; It was so random, I was just drinking a cup of coffee across the street and I saw this pig on the pedestrian crossing and then it came across Igguldens, & # 39; Mrs. Gardiner said North Queensland Register.
Witnesses tried to catch the pig, but were unsuccessful until a stranger threw a blanket over it and a dog catcher caught it
& # 39; It ended up in the corner of the women's clothing section of the men's clothing store. & # 39;
The pig kept trying to evade the catch and when a dog catcher arrived to help, the pig squeaked.
She knocked on the window of a man driving a Land Cruiser and asking for his help.
They could catch the pig and it was safely removed by the dog catcher.
Mrs. Gardiner said she did not know where the pig came from, but believed it was caught earlier and released into the city.
The owner of Igguldens, Col Batts, who was out of town when the pig entered his shop, said he thought it was a funny situation and could not help making a pig job.
& # 39; Maybe Robyn accepted my request to take the bacon home extremely, & # 39; said Mr. Batts.
Batts thanked Mrs. Gardiner and all those who helped catch the pig.
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