Police were forced to scurry away a pig on a busy road in London.
Cops were called out just after noon on Wednesday (12.04.17) to the A12 in Redbridge in North East London to reports of a porker on the run.
The farm animal was safely returned home and no animals were hurt in the process.
A Met Police spokesman told the Metro newspaper: ''Police were called at 12.45pm on Wednesday, 12 April to the A12 in Redbridge, near the junction with Hainault Road, RM6 to reports of a pig on the loose.
''Officers attended the scene and the pig was safely recaptured and returned to the nearby land that it had escaped from.''