Flock of sheep invade Glastonbury Boots store

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A flock of sheep had to be ushered from a Boots store in Glastonbury during the town's wool festival.

The five animals, who were being escorted down the High Street during a sheep drive, made an unlikely dash for the chemists on Monday morning.

Witness Dharam Barrett said some people in the shop looked "surprised" and a few people ran out but the event made everybody smile.

The sheep were shepherded out of the store after about a minute.

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