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World / 6 months ago
Kiwi Cops Call for Calm and Compliance: Meanwhile, Auckland Sheep Breathe Easy!
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Kiwi Cops urge calm and compliance in Auckland, while sheep set an example we can all follow.
In a recent twist of events, New Zealand Police, affectionately called the "Kiwi Cops", have stepped up their efforts to instill peace and order throughout Auckland not by clamping criminals or brawling with bandits, but rather through a humble plea for "Calm and Compliance." Meanwhile, the city’s resident sheep population, believed to be the actual silent majority, can once more graze in peace, relieved from their law-enforcement duties. As the metropolis held its breath, awaiting the sheep uprising that never came, Aucklanders have no doubt felt the tremors of law enforcement’s steely resolve in these trying times not through tough-talking tirades, but in the fuzzy, heart-warming undertones of their call to ‘take a chill pill.’ "We just want our citizenry to chill out, and comply with the rules, just like our sheep do," police spokeswoman Constable Sharon Cotswolds told local media, petting a docile ewe. "If our sheep can do it, why can't we?" It seems Auckland's otherwise innocuous sheep population have unwittingly become the mascots of calm and compliance, as the city whiles away its lockdown hours with the drama of life reduced to mere bahs and bleats. The bovine community, lowing and slow-moving in fields of verdant green, has set a sedate pace for the beleaguered, locked-down locals, teaching them a thing or two about patience, acceptance, and a prudent use of wool during cooler evenings. In true Kiwi fashion, the citizens of Auckland are taking this in their stride. More people are choosing Netflix and woolly slippers over argument and disorder. And law enforcement couldn't be prouder of their sheep. The city's sheep, meanwhile, are likely gently amused by this turn of events. Previously only useful for wool and the occasional roast, our four-legged, fluffy friends have subtlety elevated their status to societal models, dispensing woolly wisdom through their calm, deliberate grazing. "Frankly, who'd provoke a Kiwi Cop anyway?" said one local, who wished to remain anonymous for reasons only known to his flock of pet sheep. "I mean, if Shirley, Curly, and Moe can baaa down and be compliant, we can, too. We're all in this together." As though to underscore this sentiment, city-dwelling sheep all over Auckland have been seen nodding their woolly heads in agreement, their message clear: keep calm and graze on. So, regardless of whether you have two legs or four, let's all be a bit more 'sheep' during these difficult times. The Kiwi cops would certainly appreciate it. After all, Auckland's sheep are not worried. Why should we be?
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Original title: Police Make an appeal or request to something in Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
exmplary article: https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/AK2401/S00353/police-continue-to-appeal-for-information-on-missing-swimmer.htm

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