Animal Rising activists 'take lambs from King's Sandringham Estate'

Animal Rising activists said they have taken lambs from the King's Sandringham Estate, insisting they were saving them. The three activists said they crept on to the royal estate on Wednesday night, before bundling the lambs into the back of a van to save them from 'being sent for slaughter'. On Thursday morning, the trio handed themselves in to police at Windsor, holding placards with photos of the animals on them and slogans including “I rescued the King’s sheep” and “This is how we love animals”.