Officers dub cow 'Harry Moo-dini" after it escapes onto main road TWICE in one night - and needs police escort home (From The Argus)
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Officers dub cow 'Harry Moo-dini" after it escapes onto main road TWICE in one night - and needs police escort home
Police dubbed a cow “Harry Moo-dini” after the famous escapist – because he sneaked out of a farm and onto a main road twice in a few hours.
Officers said the cow was like Houdini after it escaped onto the A23 twice on Friday night.
A Sussex Police spokeswoman said: “Police were called at 7pm to a car park near to the junction with the A23 at Hickstead to concern for a loose cow.
Officers attended but by 7.20pm it had returned to its field.
“At 9.30pm police received another call that a cow was in a garden on London Road, Hickstead.
“By 9.50pm the cow was back in the field and a restaurant owner had managed to repair the fence to the field.”
On the same night – around the same time – officers were called to a pack of dog running around the A23 at Pyecombe.
An officer called it “animal magic”.
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