Welsh Village Craig Cefn Parc In Swansea Valley Under Threat From “Psychotic Sheep” High On Cannabis
"I dread to think what will happen...," says local councillor.
It might sound like the plot-line for another stoner comedy starring James Franco and Seth Rogen but, if reports are to be believed, sheeps fuelled by cannabis could be on the brink of rampaging through a village in Swansea Valley, Wales.
Residents of the unpronounceable Craig Cefn Parc have been warned by local councillor Ioan Richard that the area’s sheep population may have consumed large quantities of suspicious plants – thought to be the remains of an abandoned cannabis factory. This, it’s feared, may lead to a massive increase in anti-social behaviour amongst the village’s sheep population.
Richard told the South Wales Evening Post: “There is already a flock of sheep roaming the village causing a nuisance. They are getting in people’s gardens and one even entered a bungalow and left a mess in the bedroom.”
“I dread to think what will happen if they eat what could well be cannabis plants – we could have an outbreak of psychotic sheep rampaging through the village,” the ward councillor for Mawr added.
While we obviously don’t want any sheeps and/or humans to be hurt as part of this, we would definitely pay good money to watch Shaun (The Sheep) roll up a “doobie” and cause carnage at the village team’s weekly rugby practice. Imagine the scenes. Just imagine how entertaining they would be.
If ever there was a story, in the history of the world, to keep an eye on…it’s this one. This time next week, the idyllic Craif Cefn Parc (Welsh for “Stoner’s Paradise”, presumably) could be a very different place indeed. While you’re waiting for events to unfold in the Swansea Valley area, why not watch this footage of a sheep trippin’ balls at the sight of a drone flying overhead.
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