29 September 1331

Henceforth no-one shall allow his pigs to wander in, or go along, the streets on any day of the week except Saturday. If a pig is found wandering on any other day, its owner shall pay 4d. (and may be distrained by the common sergeant for the said fine), and Adam Tolob shall take custody of the pig.

[The fines became a regular, if minor, source of income for the borough. In 1370/71, for example, fines amounted to £6.8s.8d, with 47 pig-owners being fined, many for multiple offences; two years later the fine had been dropped to 2d. and there were 675 offences by 86 pig-owners during the fiscal year.]