'Get out me garden!' Hilarious video reveals one VERY exasperated dad yelling at the clueless sheep invading his yard over the course of a whole year

Mail Online | 4/27/2018 | Jessica Green For Mailonline
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A frustrated father has found a hilarious way to get a curious flock of sheep off his property - by angrily yelling 'get out me garden' at them.

The trick seems to work extremely well, as the second Luke Mensah, 40, shouts the line the animals scarper back to their own field.

Footage - Media - Luke - Catchphrase - People

Since the footage was posted on social media Luke has been left with a catchphrase as people in his hometown of Oxenhope, West Yorkshire, often shout 'get out me garden' at him.

The electrical installer says the sheep started invading his garden last summer. He hoped it was a one off but the uninvited guests kept reappearing.

Wife - Felicity - Tone - Sheep

His wife Felicity, 38, believes the aggressive tone is unneeded as she claims she once moved the sheep along by politely asking them to leave.

Luke said: 'It all started last summer. I just thought it was a one off at first. I managed to strap the gate back up, but they keep on knocking it down.

Brace - Gate - Gate

'I put a brace on the gate too, but they still managed to get in. It just went on and on. I was repairing the gate and they were just getting in.

'One time I just shouted "get out me garden" at them to see what they would do, and they moved off.


'It just became something that I would say to them to move them. I had only ever done it shouting so it just stuck.'

Luke, a father-of-three, says the sheep come into his garden from a nearby field but recognises that there is little the owner can do.

Luke - 'They - Field - Farmer - Rents

Luke said: 'They're from the field opposite. The farmer rents it out and whoever rents it has the sheep on...
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