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In the run up to Easter, lamb chops are everywhere - and car exhaust pipes seem to be no exception.
The strange act of meaty vandalism was discovered over the weekend in Credenhill, Herefordshire, in which a number of raw lamb chops were found stuffed up the exhaust pipe of a car.
With a rap sheet that reads more like a Sunday lunch menu, the vandals continued their fleshy assault by putting chicken legs inside another car's wheel.
All jokes aside, West Mercia Police has appealed for further details on the offal crime.
Speaking of the incident, a police spokesperson said: "We are investigating an incident in Credenhill, Herefordshire. On April 2 at approximately 9.35pm, eggs and raw meat were thrown at a property in the area.
"The offender then proceeded to stuff lamb chops in to the exhaust pipe of a vehicle that was parked on the driveway. Another property nearby also had food thrown at it".
People were quick to react to the vandalism on Facebook, with one user writing: "Probably the most middle class act of vandalism seen in a while."
Another added: "Apparently if they catch the person who did it, they will be told that they 'Mutton' do it again."
While someone else noted: "What a waste of lamb chops!! Someone's doing well for themselves if they can afford to shove them up an exhaust!!"
"Wheel meat again... don't know where don't know when, but I know wheel meat again some sunny day", a fourth chimed.
However, this isn't the only instance of strange vandalism in the UK recently.
Three Celtic fans used 'glue and expanding foam' on the entrance of the Ibrox Stadium in an effort to stop Rangers supporters from entering.
The crime was said to have taken place Sunday, 3 April, with Police Scotland releasing a statement saying that they are currently looking into the incident.
"Officers attended and three men aged 18, 22 and 25 have been arrested and charged in connection with the incident. Enquiries remain ongoing," the statement noted.
Police Scotland arrested three men at Ibrox after a group vandalised the stadium overnight, ahead of today’s match between Rangers and Celtic.— Anthony Joseph (@AnthonyRJoseph) April 3, 2022
Expanding foam was sprayed around the entrances to the turnstiles at the Broomloan end.
Anthony Joseph took to Twitter to comment on the incident: "Police Scotland arrested three men at Ibrox after a group vandalised the stadium overnight, ahead of today’s match between Rangers and Celtic. Expanding foam was sprayed around the entrances to the turnstiles at the Broomloan end."
The incident occurred just hours before the match for the Scottish Premiership title, which saw the Celtics win 2-1 at the end of the day.
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