Missing Giant Green Pig, Sham Hock, Stolen Before St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March 6, 2015 - storage organizer

VENTURA (CBSLA.com) — Sham Hock, a hulk inflatable immature pig that had been a consistent participation during a St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Ventura, is missing.

No blarney here. Officials trust Sham Hock was stolen. Who took Sham Hock? Police are sty-mied.

Authorities are charity a $100 prerogative for a protected lapse of Sham Hock.

It’s a story that is Only On 9.

Parade organizers told KCAL9’s Peter Daut that Sham Hock was stolen from right outward a Ventura storage facility.

For 25 years, a pig has hogged a march limelight.

“It’s 20 feet long, it’s 12 feet high, and it came out as such a positive, friendly, happy pig,” says Tim O’Neill, march organizer and announcer.

O’Neill still has a strange pattern for Sham Hock, whom he helped to emanate in 1990 for $2,500.

So, suppose his beating after training Sham Hock might have been stolen by a ham-burglar.

“It’s tough to censor a large pig like this. Even if it’s not inflated,” O’Neill says.

Parade volunteers were on their approach to collect adult a pig Monday during a Move Green storage facility. Employees left it outward nearby a opening and out of perspective of confidence cameras. Moments later, Sham Hock was some-more like Scram Hock.

“We wish him back,” organizer and march Chairman Tim Monahan says.

This isn’t a initial time Sham Hock was stolen before a parade.

In a progressing theft, he was returned only before a parade.

Monahan’s now anticipating this is another joke.

“I’m certain that Sham Hock will be there,” Monahan said.

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