All-too-often, people who have no experience of policing other than watching ‘documentaries’ on TV will insist that the police are being ‘brutal’ when, in reality, they just, well, policing.
However, some sheep recently had to endure the full ‘force’ of so-called police brutality after they were held against their will having (we assume) staged a protest near to a main road.
A post on the @DerPolContact Police twitter page said:
“These baaararmy officers have just been herding sheep to stop them from making their way onto the A50!
“All of the sheep are safely back in the field.
“Unfortunately, the officers are having to have a quick shower and change before proceeding with their duties!
We understand that the Sheep in question have been contacted by a firm of solicitors who will ensure that the sheep are suitably compensated for their time spent in police custody.
The Sheer number of sheep will no-doubt lead to a large payout of compensation (paid for by the Taxpayer, rather than by the individual officers).
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