A bull that ran loose from a pasture in Glasgow congested Scotland’s biggest motorway. The bull known as “Lover Boy” was able to approach the M8 close to Junction 30 in Craigton on October 21. Despite calling out the name on the tag and arriving at the scene close to Glasgow Airport, road patrol officers could not relocate “Lover Boy.”
Following a bull in the middle of the M8 highway, road police Scotland warned motorists to expect delays.
According to the post, officers from the Glasgow Police were helping with the “bull” that had managed to get onto the M8 around J30.
“We called it by the name on its tag, but it didn’t appear to hear us, so we’re waiting for the neighborhood farmer to help. Delays might occur when you pass for safety. #Nobullplease.”
This piece has garnered several thoughtful responses since it was shared.
One user said, “The police would have to be skilled at sprinting to get away from it if the bull were here.
“It weighs 2 tonnes, has a hairy udder, and has the moniker “Lover Boy” on its name tag. Do you believe it claims to be a cow?” another wrote.