The stray bull phenomenon has spread to the county town of Enniskillen in Northern Ireland.
Police officers attending a minor traffic accident in the Fermanagh suburbs discovered a bull going for a walk.
Stunned onlookers stood back as the bull escaped from a trailer and went for a walk through the picturesque town.
The bull slowly ambled around local houses, trampling over gardens and flowerbeds along a busy road before stopping at a cottage and staring in the front window.
The police, alerted to the bull as they attended the traffic accident, kept a discreet watch on the bull before giving chase when it galloped away.
Local resident Ray Bell described the incident when he told the Irish Independent: “I saw him coming out, and he ran straight into a garden opposite my house.”
Neighbor Ann Maguire revealed: “At the cottage, it was standing in front of the door just looking in at itself, admiring itself in the door - it was so funny.”
Police eventually caught the bull who was returned to his owner unharmed.
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