Police on the Isle of Man are searching for vandals who deliberately turned off a compressor which held trout stock.
At around 2.30am last Monday, unidentified persons entered the grounds of The Glen Wyllin Trout Farm and gained access to machinery which regulates the oxygen levels. This has caused a severe depletion in the tank oxygen levels, killing the entire fish stock.
If anyone has any information with regard to this incident they are asked to contact PC51 Hewitt at Peel Police station on 01624 842208, or to pass on information about crime anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill out the encrypted form here.
Ever heard of Goat Yoga?
A group on the Isle of Man has been set up doing just that - Isle of Man Goatsfilmed this video showing local Howard Caine experiencing the alternative approach to yoga.
Suzanne Young set up the group, which some are calling 'Goga.'
It was great fun - perfect for those who like their yoga with a smile. My mountain pose never felt more realistic ... though had to watch those little hooves on my asana at times!
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