In Britain, locals of Newcastle’s North Tyneside are holding a vigil for a cow… killed in a daring and dramatic shootout with police!
Cornered by dozens of police officers, a helicopter, 20 squad vehicles and six snipers, the villain had nowhere left to run.
A single rifle bullet to the head marked the deadly end of a cross-country chase… and Bessie the cow.
Locals are so upset at her unhappy end that they are planning a candlelit vigil tomorrow.
So far, about 8,000 people have “liked” the event on Facebook.
The other two were safely captured.
Police were alerted to the incident when the cows were seen on a highway.
They say Bessie was tracked down and shot because the cow posed a ‘significant risk’ to the public.
They tracked her down to a roadside field where the fatal shot was fired.
The whole stakeout lasted two and a half hours and cost the police force around S$15,000.
We don’t know who’s loonier – mourners or the cops.