Police called to noise complaint in Breckland over lambing season
- Credit: Matthew Usher
A PCSO was called to a Breckland farm on Sunday after a complaint from a man over the noise caused during the lambing season.
The PSCO assisted the farmer who was being confronted by an angry man over the noise from the farm.
The man left the premises on police arrival and no offence was committed.
Neighbours of the farmer told the officer that they had no problem with the noise as it is something you expect to hear in the countryside this time of year.
Later that afternoon the same PSCO was called to Beetley after reports of escaped sheep running down the road.
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The officer was left with a number of bruises after lifting the sheep over the fence and back into the field.
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