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Tuesday, 16 June 2015 16:16

Seriously?

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The Hound reckons to see what a waste of space the animal activist groups PETA and the RSPCA are, read on.

According to an Australian media report, New South Wales farmer Ken Turner had  the RSPCA knocking on the door of his Boorungie Station (130km from -Broken Hill) acting on a tip-off. He was told People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) had complained to the RSPCA that a farm worker swore at sheep during shearing sessions. The group presented footage of ‘verbal abuse’ believed to have been recorded by an undercover operative working at the same station. Apparently the rude words were distressing the flock.  “None of [the sheep] actually told me they were offended,” a bemused Turner said on radio.

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