SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, California (KNBC/NBC News) – California sheriff’s deputies had to reach into their bag of tricks — or lunch bag of tricks — to corral a portly pig that had gotten loose.
The two San Bernardino County deputies responded to a call of a pig “the size of a mini horse” wandering the streets. They decided the path of least resistance was to sacrifice a bit of their lunch to create a trail of chips to entice the pig back home.
He followed them and was secured inside of his gate. The deputies knew where to take him because they had encountered him on previous calls.
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