A sheep is offered a tour of the police car in Rimouski

News 11 July, 2017
  • Stephanie Gendron

    Tuesday, 11 July, 2017 10:28

    Tuesday, 11 July, 2017 10:28

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    RIMOUSKI | A sheep lost on highway 20 has been brought down on the back seat of a autopatrouille by police officers in the Bas-Saint-Laurent.


    Police Rimouski hosted a well funny passenger on their back seat on Monday.

    According to what they told on the page Facebook Support to Police in Quebec / Canada and has been confirmed by the Sûreté du Québec, they have been called to intervene on highway 20 at the height of Sainte-Luce around six o’clock in the morning, due to the presence of a sheep who was to cross the highway.

    “Arrived on the scene, the animal was on the defensive near a fence. After my first unsuccessful attempt, the animal was headed on highway 20. I was very scared cause his death, or an accident,” said one officer who came in reinforcement, in its publication on social networks.

    They then restrained the animal with a rope, without harming him. “I returned in my autopatrouille to prevent a risk of leakage, and this before the eyes amused of my work colleagues,” wrote the police officer.

    The sheep was brought to a sheepfold located near, waiting for the owner of the sheep manifests itself. “In short, how to finish off the night shifts in style!”, concludes the agent.