UnBAAlievable! Adorable flock of lambs flout the two-metre rule as they hop and skip on a roundabout in a deserted playground while Britons are urged to stay indoors
- Flock of lambs were seen playing on a deserted playground in Preston
- Hairdresser Debbie Ellis, 52, captured the footage in a field outside her house
- Adorable clip shows the lambs playing together as they enjoy the warm weather
Sunbathers are being urged to stay indoors today despite temperatures soaring to 72F as people are reminded to keep their distance.
But it seems a flock of lambs in Preston, Lancashire, flouted the the two-metre rule to enjoy the spring weather and have their daily exercise.
Hairdresser Debbie Ellis, 52, captured an adorable clip of the lambs as they hopped onto a deserted roundabout and spinned around while enjoying the playground to themselves.
Debbie Ellis, 52, from Preston, captured an adorable video clip of a flock of lambs in Preston, Lancashire, flouted the the two-metre rule to enjoy the spring weather and play on the roundabout
Debbie captured the footage in a field attached to her home on Thursday 2.
The mother-of-three said: ‘We have a field that belongs to us by our house and we let it to a guy who keeps sheep in there as a hobby.
‘We have a roundabout there from when my kids were little, my youngest is now 15-years-old so it shows how long it’s been there.
Debbie continued: ‘Luckily the roundabout is in great working order so they do love to jump on and have a go.
One lamb appeared to have enough of the fun (left) before others quickly rushed to the roundabout to join in (right)
The adorable sheep could be seen spinning around on the playground as they enjoyed a roundabout
‘I’m not sure how they’ve worked out how to do it but they look like they’re having a great time.
She added: ‘They can get on and off when they please so nobody needs to worry that they’re stuck.
‘It’s a wonderful funny sight that I get to see when I bob into my garden for a bit of fresh air.’
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