Every now and then there is a case of loud domestic violence that disturbs the peace in communities across America. According to the most recent statistics there are more than 960,000 such cases happening on an annual basis that cost the healthcare system up to $5.8 billion. Although not all cases are necessarily violent there is one common trend: they are usually really loud. The first ones to hear and respond to a domestic violence dispute are usually the vigilant neighbors.
Recently in the town of China in Maine a vigilant neighbor heard very loud screams coming from the house next to hers. The lady who lived on Hanson Road heard the disturbing screams so she assumed it was a case of domestic violence. She rang the cops and waited for them to come and sort things out.
When the cops arrived and knocked on the reported house they did not find anyone but the homeowner who was all alone. Apparently, the homeowner raised pigs in his backyard. He had placed one of the male pigs with five other sows in the heat. The excessively loud screams were produced by the super happy male pig.
Eventually, the erroneous investigation of the matter ended when the police officers determined there was no case of assault and disturbance but only a super overjoyed male pig.