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A mooving story of a calf who turned himself into BBay police


South Coast Police District report: BELTED GALLOWAY STEER ENTERS THE BATEMANS BAY POLICE STATION AND CAUSES HAVOC ON THE STREETS OF BATEMANS BAY

About 9.30am on Saturday the 15/6/2019 two Belted Galloway cattle were being transported in a hired horse float when it stopped at a set of traffic lights in Batemans Bay.

One of the steers pushed through the front door of the horse float and onto the business district streets of Batemans Bay causing traffic havoc.


Photo: South Coast Police District

The steer entered through the front doors of the Batemans Bay Police Station and into the public foyer.

Police thought the steer may have been reporting on Bail, however it was soon established that he was looking for a bale.

Police then gave the steer a Moooooooove-on direction.

Coincidentally Rural Crime Investigators from the South Coast Police District, Camden Police Area Command, The Hume Police District and the Monaro Police District were conducting a rural crime related operation in and around Batemans Bay at the time.

With the assistance of Rural Crime Prevention Team Investigators, local Police, the owner of the steer, and Eurobodalla Shire Council Rangers the steer was eventually yarded and reloaded back onto the trailer uninjured.


Photo: South Coast Police District

Whilst the owner was a little embarrassed he was very thankful for the assistance

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