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A pony-size pig who held an Australian woman hostage for 10 days inside her home will be removed on Wednesday to a piggery, where his bacon will be saved by a stint on stud duties, rangers said.

The 176 pound pig, nicknamed Bruce, kept self-confessed animal lover Caroline Hayes, 63, in her farmhouse near Uki, in northern New South Wales State, with aggressive demands to be fed, even headbutting her bedroom door at night.

"I picked up a broom and poked him out with it and he snapped it in half with his mouth," Hayes told Australian media.
She said the pushy pig was as big as a "Shetland pony" and wandered onto her property 11 days ago after being let loose in surrounding rainforest by neighbors.

"One of its eyes it couldn't see out of, so I put cream in it and I fixed its back up. But apparently it's actually claimed my land and claimed my place," Hayes said.


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well, didnt you read Animal Farm? the pigs are the boss of the barn..
 

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Ha! Just saw this story on the news....
 

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My solution would have been to extract the 45 from under my pillow and had pork chops for breakfast and ham for dinner.
My solution would be to grab some dirt and water, mix em up and toss it on the pig. It will be greatly distracted and you can just walk right by.
 

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Yup, 2 words .... gun, bacon.

Reminds of a story I read a few years back about an old tom cat that held an 80+ year old couple at bay in the bathroom. Every time they would come out the cat would attack the old man and tear into his leg. Damn near killed him from loss of blood :eek:
 
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