Six officers, including an armed response team, were at the scene to capture the tiger.
Recently, armed police were called to a farm in Scotland because residents reported a tiger in the yard, The Sun reported. Farmer Bruce Grubb called the police when he saw a wild animal hiding in his barn. Bruce was afraid that tigers would eat the cows.
When the police arrived, they sat quietly in the car for safety, watching the tiger for nearly an hour. Six officers, including an armed response team, were at the scene. They called national parks to see if any animals had escaped.
But the farmer and police felt increasingly strange when the tiger did not move for 45 minutes. Therefore, Bruce bravely used the truck to approach the tiger and discovered that it was a stuffed animal.
Bruce said: “I didn’t think it was fake – I was scared. I was worried it would eat all my cows before the police caught it.”
The police finally approached the tiger and brought it back, keeping it as a souvenir, according to The Sun. The reason why the “tiger” is here is still a mystery.