CapeCodOnline.com – YARMOUTHPORT — Four pigs didn’t stay home Tuesday evening when they escaped from their pen at Miss Scarlett’s Blue Ribbon Farm and ran loose on Route 6A.
Around 6:30 p.m., police received a report of the hog-wild pigs, each of which weighed about 400 pounds, said Yarmouth police Sgt. Walter Warren.
“They were definitely not piglets,” Warren said.
Police were dispatched to the scene, where the pigs were darting in and out of traffic on Route 6A, said Warren.
Yarmouth police officers Mary Gibney, Mark Noone and Kevin Antonovitch rounded up the pigs and took them home, said Warren.
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