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Cops stop driver with a large pig on his lap

Posted on Monday, 1 April, 2019 | Comment icon 7 comments

Driving along with your pig on your lap... as you do. Image Credit: Twitter / Chisago Co Sheriff
A driver who had been stopped for driving erratically was found to be sharing his front seat with a 250-pound pig.
Police officers in Minnesota couldn't believe their eyes recently when they pulled over a vehicle to find that the driver had been cruising along with a large pig sitting on top of him.

A second, smaller pig was also spotted standing next to the front seat.

The driver explained that he hadn't wanted the animals to get cold during the trip.

The Chisago County Sheriff's Office later posted up a Tweet emphasizing that while officers have encountered drivers distracted by everything from using a mobile phone to putting on makeup, a person driving their car with a pig on their lap was definitely a first.

Despite driving dangerously however, the man ultimately got off with just a warning.

Source: Huffington Post | Comments (7)

Tags: Pig, Driver

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by mdbuilder on 1 April, 2019, 15:21
They say a 250 lb. pig is actually smarter than a 250 lb. dog.
Comment icon #2 Posted by marsman on 1 April, 2019, 15:48
  thats no way to speak about his girlfriend
Comment icon #3 Posted by aztek on 1 April, 2019, 19:48
tastes better too
Comment icon #4 Posted by travelnjones on 1 April, 2019, 20:42
Its not a pig is a horribly deformed ferret. Just as Joseph Merrick was the Elephant man; Bacon Sandwich is the Pig Ferret
Comment icon #5 Posted by Berwen on 2 April, 2019, 17:52
It would probably wiser if the pig drove the car, you know, more intelligence. 
Comment icon #6 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats on 3 April, 2019, 20:12
Comment icon #7 Posted by Abilityperson on 9 April, 2019, 3:45
New meaning to make the pig squeal. Oh that's right driving the car not the pig. Hey some ppl are into playing  with there food. 

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