You don’t want to toy around with tigers, which is why police in Peterhead, Scotland, sprang into action Saturday night.
It started when regional farmer Bruce Grubb called the North East Police to report the presence of a large fearsome cat with stripes on his farm.
“I got the fright of my life ,~ ATAGEND” Grubb told The Scottish Sun.
The creature appeared to be knelt on a ramp in Grubb’s barn.
Officers immediately accomplished several vehicles, including an forearmed reply team to the farm. In additive, police contacted a nearby wildlife park to check if a beast might have escaped ,~ ATAGEND according to the BBC.
There was a 45 -minute standoff before police realized the tiger in question was just a monstrous thrust toy ,~ ATAGEND according to the New York Post.
Inspector George Cordinor told the BBC he was happy at how the answering policemen treated developments in the situation, and emphasizes that Grubb wasn’t a prankster.
“Our ultimate aim is to protect the public and deter our patrolmen safe when dealing with uncertain situations. Until you know exactly what you are dealing with, every option has to be considered, ” he said. “We appreciate that it was a incorrect call made with genuine good intent.”
The North East Police had recreation with the call on Facebook a few days later, saying “officers had a roaring transformation on Saturday night .”
In addition, UK Cop Humour, a Facebook page geared toward British law enforcement, had lots of enjoyable with the incident by announcing pictures of beings in monster clothings that it claimed “couldve been” “negotiators.”