Stiffy’s sheep a no-show
CHIEF INSPECTOR of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), Wayne Norville, and other objectors seem to have won round one of the sheep saga with the Bacchanal Time Calypso Tent.
There was no wedding between singer Stiffy and the now embattled sheep when the tent faced judgment at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre (LESC) last Saturday. And while a “sheep” was on stage, it was not the type to be tethered in a pen as was the case when the tent opened just over a week ago.
Tent manager Kevin Hinds told the DAILY NATION that the sheep was on the compound, but a rule from the (LESC) prevented them from bringing it into the auditorium.
A pen with rope and a small amount of grass was just outside the door of the entrance to the back stage area, but it could not be determined whether the animal was actually on the premises. (YB)
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