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Stoned Sheep Are Wreaking Havoc In This Small Village

Stoned Sheep Are Wreaking Havoc In This Small Village

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Stoned Sheep Are Wreaking Havoc In This Small Village

These Sheep Are High

Authorities in the Welsh village of Craig Cefn Parc are scratching their heads this week after a herd of sheep got rowdy and started acting up. According to local reports, the trouble making stoned sheep have been moving throughout the countryside wreaking havoc on the village.

“There is already a flock of sheep roaming the village causing a nuisance,” said city counselor Ioan Richard. “They are getting in people’s gardens and one even entered a bungalow and left a mess in the bedroom.”

Sometimes the stoned sheep rampages end up causing more damage to themselves than to the village. There have been reports that some of the sheep have been killed by cars after wandering onto streets.

Around the same time, the stoned sheep started acting up villagers discovered a bunch of cannabis remains discarded along the side of a road.

According to reports, the remains looked like they came from some marijuana grow site.

The theory is that the renegade sheep may have stumbled across the marijuana plants before they were discovered. If the sheep ate a bunch of the weed scraps, they could have been stoned out of their little sheep brains.

That would explain their erratic, aggressive, and unpredictable behavior.

“I dread to think what will happen if they eat what could well be cannabis plants,” said Richard. “We could have an outbreak of psychotic sheep rampaging through the village.”

While this may be the first time a heap of cannabis scraps has been dumped illegally, it isn’t the first time people have thrown their trash into the woods.

Apparently, Craig Cefn Parc has a bit of a problem with people doing that. And Richard has been on a mission to put a stop to it.

Although it may have caused the sheep to behave strangely, cannabis isn’t deadly to most animals.

In fact, several cannabis companies now make and sell cannabis products designed specifically for animals.

The controlled dosages of these products will presumably keep animals from going off the rails the way these stoned sheep did.

Nick Lindsey

Nick is a Green Rush Daily staff writer from Fort Collins, Colorado. He has been at the epicenter of the cannabis boom from the beginning. He holds a Masters in English Literature and a Ph.D. in cannabis (figuratively of course).

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