By Ivor Traktor, Farming Correspondent (intern)
A randy old goat has been removed from a Suffolk farm park after trying to get jiggy with animals of all shapes and sizes.
Mums and young children looked on in horror as the frisky male had a go at a donkey before running across a field to mount a chicken.
As children cried, thinking the animals were being attacked, staff tried to catch the randy old goat to stop him causing further misery and embarrassment.
But they were unable to grab hold of him, and he continued sexually interfering with anything on four legs, including a spaniel with arthritis and a llama.
Eventually police were called to Weston Farm Park, near Saxmundham, and four officers managed to trap him as he prepared to have his wicked way with a startled cow.
A Suffolk police spokesman said: “We can confirm that a 73-year-old man from Leiston was arrested and is currently being held in police custody.”
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