- Craig Hollingworth was alerted by his ring doorbell about movement outside
This is the ‘totally crazy’ moment that a door camera spotted an entire flock of sheep casually grazing in someone’s garden.
Craig Hollingworth, 52, was alerted by his ring doorbell about movement outside his Leicestershire home.
Expecting to see a human visitor, he was shocked to see nearly 50 sheep in his front garden.
Craig Hollingworth was alerted by his ring doorbell about movement outside his home
The flock of sheep rushed in and began mucnhing away on the freshly cut grass
The flock was munching away on some freshly cut grass and it isn’t clear where they came from.
Mr Hollingworth said: ‘We have no idea where they came from, but suspect they came from a field not too far away.
‘It was totally crazy to look at my phone while I was away and see a whole flock of sheep in our garden!
The moment was described as ‘totally crazy’ and the sheep seem extremely happy, bleeting as they rushed into the garden
But they eventually left 20 minutes later and headed through his neighbour’s other gardens
‘They left 20 minutes later and headed through several of our neighbours’ gardens before the farmers herded them home.’
Mr Hollingworth, who has eight Ring Spotlight Cameras, said it is not uncommon for him to spot other wildlife such as rabbits or hawks.
But this is the first occurrence of seeing an entire herd of farm animals playing a visit.
The video shows the animals enthusiastically running into the garden, bleeting, before grazing.