Huge flock of sheep overruns street during coronavirus lockdown in Turkey

In other news… a flock of sheep went astray in Samsun, Turkey, during the novel coronavirus lockdown.

Scores of sheep crossed empty streets in Samsun, northern Turkey, as people stayed indoors over the weekend during the coronavirus lockdown. Videos shared on social media show the animals following a shepherd along empty roads in the city, with some stopping occasionally to graze on grass verges

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