Pigs' dreams answered after highway crash leads to escape9/12/2012
About 200 pigs being transported to a slaughterhouse in central China were granted a stay of execution after a highway crash in which the truck carrying them smashed into a truck carrying whiskey. It took workers in China’s Henan province five hours to clear the road of both pigs and smashed whiskey bottles. The pigs who survived the initial smash-up, though, dashed into nearby fields and found at least temporary freedom: "There were crops planted along the roadside and many of the pigs made straight for them and simply disappeared,” a police spokesperson said. [Source]
Would you collect whiskey from a highway spill?