More than 100 pigs have been removed by the RSPCA from a farmer who received an Anti-social Behaviour Order (Asbo) because his animals kept escaping.
Farmer Brian Hagan farms near Fakenham, Norfolk
The pigs were taken from Brian Hagan's farm near Fakenham, Norfolk, on Friday.
The 62-year-old was given an Asbo last year after neighbours told a court his pigs had wandered off his land and damaged their crops and plants.
A RSPCA spokeswoman said: "A man has been questioned in relation to a seizure of a large number of pigs."
She said: "He has been interviewed and a file of evidence will now be prepared and submitted to the RSPCA's prosecutions department for consideration."
The Asbo given to Mr Hagan was later lifted.