Police Appeal after Peppa Pig Helper Allegedly Assaulted at Folly Farm
Dyfed-Powys Police are appealing for witnesses after an alleged assault following a Peppa Pig performance in Folly Farm.
You may have seen this event on our What’s On page last week, where Peppa and George were doing meet and greet with families at Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire. Well it seems an incident has happened on the Sunday 5th August, where the woman who was escorting the Peppa Pig characters from a children’s show was allegedly attacked by a man with a fire door and the Police are now seeking for any witnesses.
A woman has reported that whilst she was leading Peppa Pig characters into the indoor picnic area following a show around midday, a young child bumped into the person dressed as George Pig, and fell over and that a man reacted to this by pushing a fire door into her repeatedly, preventing her from entering the building.
Police Appeal for Witnesses
According to police, a woman has reported that while she was leading Peppa Pig characters into the indoor picnic area following a show, a young child bumped into the person dressed as George Pig and fell over.
A man is alleged to have reacted to the incident by pushing a fire door into the woman several times, stopping her from re-entering the building. They confirm no injuries were suffered during the incident, but they are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed it to come forward.
Dyfed Powys Police wish to speak with anyone who might have seen what happened and are asking if they could call the non-emergency police number 101 and quote reference 222 of the 5th August 2018 to provide their information.