Police officer is stunned as ALPACA pops its head out of car window during routine vehicle check


Fleeced to meet you! Police officer is stunned as ALPACA pops its head out of car window during routine vehicle check – and even poses for a photo

  • Traffic police found an alpaca peering out a car window during a routine check
  • The black estate car was travelling on the A84, Craigforth, Stirling in Scotland
  • Officers posed for a picture with the furry animal after checking for car defects

Scottish traffic police looked stunned when they found an alpaca peering out a car window during a routine check.

The black estate car was travelling on the A84, Craigforth, Stirling, on Monday when it was stopped for an inspection.

Police were looking for vehicle defects, but instead encountered a friendly alpaca and posed for a picture with the furry animal.

A spokesman for Police Scotland said: ‘Officers engaged with the driver and as no defects were found he went on his way.’

Scottish traffic police looked stunned when they found an alpaca peering out a car window during a routine check. The black estate car was travelling on the A84, Craigforth, Stirling, on Monday when it was stopped for an inspection

Various vehicles defects were discovered along with some ‘unusual passengers’, said Fourth Valley Police in a Twitter post.

‘Some of those engaged were more appreciative of our Road Safety advice than others!,’ said the post.

The roadside check happened on the morning of June 6, officers said. 

‘Sorry officer…alpaca in the boot next time…’, joked one Twitter used under the post.

‘Don’t be allama’d,’ said another.

Police were looking for vehicle defects, but instead encountered a friendly alpaca and posed for a picture with the furry animal. A spokesman for Police Scotland said: 'Officers engaged with the driver and as no defects were found he went on his way'

Police were looking for vehicle defects, but instead encountered a friendly alpaca and posed for a picture with the furry animal. A spokesman for Police Scotland said: ‘Officers engaged with the driver and as no defects were found he went on his way’

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