Escaped Chickens

Police Chase 3,000 Escaped Chickens On-Road

Police Chase 3,000 Escaped Chickens On-Road

 

You would have heard the police chasing the wrong does, dacoits and smugglers. It happens in real life as well as in films. Sometimes police take hold of culprits and sometimes culprits flee away. Have you an insight into the police running after someone other? There are some bizarre and odd situations where police run to save the life of animals. It is undoubtedly the duty of police work for the safety of your business, property and animals. You will surely be amused to see performing the task of catching poultry and striving to avoid its disappearance.

Escaped Chickens

Police struggle
There were hundreds of chickens fleeing when a lorry crash sets them free. They broke out from their cages and ran away on the road in China. The police chased the chickens in its struggle to take hold of 300 escaped chickens after the lorry which was transporting them crashed. It was overturned due to foggy weather, and all chicken was set free. The police closed the road.  It was closed when the vehicle carrying chickens swerved and tipped over. The hens fled away, and there was a funny scene.

Escaped Chickens

Hundreds of chickens are on the run in China after a lorry crash frees them from their cages.
All over the motorway
The chicken was ruing all over the main road. The police had to chase them. The crash which freed the chicken took place on the main road. This made the chickens leave the cages and run all across the motorway. The police did its best to catch hold of fleeing chickens, but most of them were able to run away on the nearby hills. Police did its best with detour safely in place, but there was a lot which did not come into the hands of police. The errant fowl was perhaps much faster than the police, so some of them gave no clue about their whereabouts.
900 chickens caught
With utmost struggle and a chase, the police were able to find only 900 fowls.
It was interesting that the chicken had no
instrument to avoid the police. Perhaps the police were not enough rained to see all the fowls.
There was coverage of the incident on social media and in the news. There are pictures of police running after chickens. It is sometimes odd to see the police running after fowls.

 

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