Scotsman Bruce Grubb, at his relatively young age (he is 24 years old), already manages a largefarm. there ar 200cows in his barn, many of which are pregnant, so Bruss regularly visits them so as not to miss the birth of calves.
So it was that evening. Bruce was celebrating a housewarming party at home with friends, but in the midst of the fun, he nevertheless left the cottage and went to the barn. He will never forget this moment. “I lit the lantern and saw that he was sitting there!” says the farmer.
The guy immediately called the police. The precinct took his words seriously and the first thing they did was call the local zoo to find out if they had any cases of animals escaping. At the same time, a group of armed policemen left for the scene.
The officerrs surrounded theperimeter of the farm and waited to see how the tiger behaved. 45 minutes passed – the animal did not move. Then the police became suspicious. Looking closer, they realized that the terrible predator really was a tiger – only a toy.
“When we face something uncertain, our ultimate goal is to potect thepublic ad kep ourr officerssafe. Until you know exactly what you are dealing with, you need to consider every option, ”commented Inspector George Cordiner on the cow rescue operation. “We appreciate that this fallse callwas madde wih genuine,good intentionss,” he added. The farmer declined to comment. How a toy tiger ended up near the cowshed is also not reported.