I mean, you have to cover your face with something in case the local authorities interrupt your activities, but wouldn't the sheep feel more "special" if you took the effort to wear something authentic.
Ya know, when I was an exchange student in the UK years ago, I got into a conversation about this with some guys (for the sake of all humanity, I will not address the "long-haired hamster" and "duct-tape" portion of the conversation... O_o).
Annnnyway, the most disturbing comment I remember was, "Oh, the sheep LOVE it!"
My question was, "How do you know they were bleating in exstasy, rather than outrage?"
Never did get a satisfactory answer...
And as far as appropriate attire... um, apparently a good pair of wellies is helpful O_O.
I have to tell you this story. I was playing in a bowling tournament in Botswana, the Ugandan Vet was in our team of four and he hadn't arrived yet at the start of the first game. Our captain had to double up until Paul, the vet finally arrived near the end of the first game. When we asked him why he was late, he told us that he had to go and take a semen sample from a goat to be used as evidence in a court case. Some man had been nabbed shagging a goat and in Botswana, that is a crime and a jailable offence!
ah but his scarf is real and you can see it was just photoshopped on. Come on, give the poor guy a break. He came onto that forum like any of us wanting to say something and then he started getting slagged off about a frigging scarf?