By Iain Burns For Mailonline
Published: 02:08 BST, 2 August 2017 | Updated: 02:08 BST, 2 August 2017
Pictured: Wesley Omar, 22, before he freed the piggy
An ardent animal rights activist has filmed himself liberating a pig from a farm before driving it away in his car.
Wesley Omar, 22, bemoans the state of dozens of pigs he says have little room to move and only a metal chain to 'play with'.
He then picks up one of the gregarious creatures - whom he calls a 'beautiful individual' - and exclaims: 'We're going to do this, little piggy!'
Omar, claims to work for RSPB Midlands, adds: 'I knew I couldn't carry them all but I knew I could carry one.'
He then shows the little pig running in a field after saying he is 'sweating bullets' from his piggy purloining mission.
Pictured left: Wesley Omar kissing a pig. Right: The rescued pig in the footwell
Free at last: The pig (left) in a field. Right: Omar Wesley in his car
It is last seen in the footwell of what appears to be his Omar's car.
The clip, uploaded onto Facebook, is given a musical