In Scotland, wild boar stopped the railway communication
In Scotland, wild boar stopped the movement of trains, reports UPI.
Employees of the railway company reported in social networks that on the line between Glasgow and located 23 kilometers South of the town of Larkhall animal went out on the track. The train was stopped near the village of Wishaw.
"In the area of Wishaw appeared a pig (Yes, you read that right)," wrote officials. Together with the police they tried to catch the intruder. A little later the carrier representatives said that "beast actually is a wild boar".
It remains unclear whether he was caught and released into the woods or gone himself, but railway communication in a few hours, was resumed.
"The boar is now safe and our trains can once again carry passengers", — is written in the social networks of the carrier.