Wandering pig ‘terrorizes’ employees, customers at Pennsylvania Burger King

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BOSWELL, Pa. (April 3, 2015) — A pig found wandering outside a Pennsylvania Burger King bit at least one person and snapped at customers who got too close, police say.

According to WTAE, the pig appeared at the fast-food restaurant Thursday morning, where the Burger King was running a two-for-$4 special on bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches. One customer gave him hash browns.

At one point, the pig blocked the drive thru, according to employees.

“It was a pretty crazy morning,” employee J.J. Nichols told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “I definitely don’t want to hear another pig joke.”

The pig had escaped from its pen the night before. After police arrived, the owner came to pick him up and take him home.

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