From The Washington Post:
Police received an unusual and frantic call Saturday night about a wild animal on the loose in a village farm in northeast Scotland. The caller, a farm owner in the village of Hatton, told the Scottish Sun that he was having a housewarming party with his girlfriend and friends that night. He spotted the “tiger” when he went out to check on his pregnant cows.
“I got the fright of my life,” Bruce Grubb said, adding later: “I was worried it was going to eat all my cows before police managed to shoot it.”
Authorities contacted the nearest wildlife park to make sure no animals had escaped. Armed officers arrived at the scene, and a 45-minute standoff ensued, Police Scotland said. Photos posted on social media show the orange predator sitting on the ground in between cow pens.
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