Police were forced to make an antisocial group of locals ‘moo-ve on’ after eight escaped cows took up residence – in a front GARDEN.
The six cows and two calves were found munching their way through the greenery in a front garden after doing a runner from their farmer’s field.
Kent Police were called to the village of Hythe on Saturday afternoon to help move the cows back into their field.
Witness Dorene McCormack said: “They enjoyed eating through plants from a couple of gardens.
“The risk was they were so very near the busy road.
“If they’d taken a wrong turning then we could all have had steak dinners.”
Thankfully, all the cows were unharmed by their great escape attempt.