I’m almost always surprised with how big pigs are. In the cartoons they’re these little, round shiny things that people can easily pick up and play around with but in real life, they’re huge and hairy.

I’d say that’s the media’s biggest betrayal of the people’s trust; their depiction of pigs.

Way off.

With that in mind, a f*cking huge hairy pig that looked like a small horse broke loose the other day and I honestly reckon that if it ran with enough momentum, it could knock over a truck, or maybe a small annex.

The pig, named Smalls – I suppose ironically – broke free in San Bernardino County, California, and the matter was taken into the hands of the police.

 

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Well if this doesn’t go on the list of unusual calls… 🐖 Highland Station received a call reference a pig “the size of a mini horse” 🐷🐴 running around the neighborhood. Deputy Ponce and Deputy Berg found him and due to previous calls, knew where he lived. They lured him back home with @Doritos one of our deputies had in her lunch bag 😋. They made a trail and he followed. “We were able to put him back in and secure the gate. It was fun!” said Deputy Ponce. Crime fighting to safely securing a mini horse sized pig, we do it all 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️

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Luckily, the pig is a beast after all of our own hearts and was able to be lured back to safety with some Poppin’ Jalepeño Doritos. Suppose this old ad makes sense now…

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department got a call from a resident, saying that a pig “the size of a horse” was on the loose and they had to sort it out.

Rather happily, one of the officers had some Doritos on their person, and was able to create a trail that lead the pig back to it’s home.

The Police. Restore order. Protect and serve.

Sharing the video, the station wrote:

Highland Station received a call reference a pig “the size of a mini horse” running around the neighborhood.

Deputy Ponce and Deputy Berg found him and due to previous calls, knew where he lived.

They lured him back home with Doritos one of our deputies had in her lunch bag.

They made a trail and he followed. We were able to put him back in and secure the gate. It was fun!

Crime fighting to safely securing a mini horse size pig, we do it all!

Some nice news, eh?

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