Squeals from pig orgy lead to erroneous call to police about assault in progress

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One very, very lucky male pig’s squeals of delight during an orgy with five sows resulted in one resident calling police, believing an assault was in progress at a neighboring property.

A woman in China, Maine, thought she was hearing a bout of domestic violence, according to the Morning Sentinel.

When four troopers investigated the scene, they found no crime was taking place.

The homeowner stated her male pig was screaming because he was in a pen with five other female pigs in heat, according to the police report.

Despite the excessive noise, no charges were filed against the pigs.

Via the Morning Sentinel

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