Thinking of jumping on a UK bus or train with your pet cow, goat or sheep in tow? Stop right there!
A long-standing rule states that livestock aren't allowed on public transport, as one mystery man found out when he tried to board a train in Wimbledon with his sheep on Monday, reports Metro. (Honestly - can ewe believe it?)
Having been reminded of the rule by a railway employee, the man and his pet somehow took the four-mile journey to New Malden by other means, where they were later seen attempting to board a bus to Kingston-upon-Thames.
It was also here that eagle-eyed local Ollie Milroy spotted the pair and posted this picture of them on Twitter.
But, we hear you cry, were they successful in their bid to travel to Kingston by bus? Sadly not. It seems you can't pull the wool over the eyes of the average Greater London bus driver - and they were once more booted off.
So what happened next? Well, the truth is: we just don't know. Perhaps they simply walked home. Perhaps they thumbed a lift. Or maybe - just maybe - they hired a tandem. Yes, the more we think about it, the more the last option seems the most likely...