VIDEO: Did this lamb vote for Ewe-Kip?

There was at least one visitor to a Doncaster polling station looking rather sheepish today.

You could even say the friend which accompanied Doncaster North voters Eric and Judith Preston was the black sheep of the family.

Judith Preston walks her pet lamb Beth as she attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast her vote

Judith Preston walks her pet lamb Beth as she attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast her vote

The Prestons brought their pet lamb, Beth, as they made their way to the same polling station at Sutton village hall, that Ed Miliband had voted earlier.

The lamb, full name Black Sabbath, will be appearing at the Yorkshire Show.

Official rules allow state voters can take animals into the polling booths with them - although they cannot vote! It is not known if Beth the lamb voted for Ewe-Kip!

The lamb, full name Black Sabbath, will be appearing at the Yorkshire Show.

Judith Preston walks her pet lamb Beth as she attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast her vote

Judith Preston walks her pet lamb Beth as she attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast her vote

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Eric Preston walks his pet lamb Beth as he attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast her vote

Eric Preston walks his pet lamb Beth as he attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast her vote

Eric Preston walks his pet lamb Beth as he attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast his vote

Eric Preston walks his pet lamb Beth as he attends Sutton village hall in Doncaster to cast his vote