Teens who allegedly broke into NJ farm and put lipstick on donkey ID’d

What a bunch of jackasses.

Cops are on the hunt for a pack of New Jersey teens wanted for busting into a popular farm, harassing the livestock — and even smearing lipstick on a donkey.

Several of the teens have been identified by local authorities, including a 17-year-old student athlete at River Dell HS in Oradell, sources told local outlet the Daily Voice.

The suspects, who have not been publicly identified, allegedly broke into the petting zoo at Abma’s Farm in Wyckoff Saturday night and harassed the animals before running off when the owners were alerted to the trespassers.

The owners initially found out about the intruders after someone shared with them a Snapchat photo that was geotagged from the farm — showing one of the teens riding on a miniature donkey.

The farm’s owner declined to speak to The Post on Tuesday and workers there would not identify the alleged culprits.

Jimmy Abma, who works at the farm, previously told the Voice that the animals were left “shaken and skittish” after the ordeal — and that lipstick had to be wiped off one of the donkeys.

A duckling and a rabbit were initially missing after the break-in at the family-owned farm, but all the animals had been recovered by Monday, the farm said on social media.

A Sunday Facebook post from the farm’s owners said the culprits endangered the animals and themselves by pulling off the caper.

“First and foremost, we are a working farm, and four families (and four generations) live here. This is our home,” the post read.

“Second, from a human safety standpoint, breaking in to animal pens with no animal training is dangerous. Animals can kick, rear up, and trample you. In the dark, anything can happen.

“Third, the safety of OUR animals has been compromised and that IS. NOT. OKAY.”

A veterinarian perform a full health and wellness assessment on an animal at Abma's Farm.
A veterinarian performs a full health and wellness assessment on an animal at Abma’s Farm.Abma’s Farm

They added that the teens had opened gates to the petting zoo and rode on miniature donkeys, “who should not be supporting that much weight.”

In a separate post on Monday, the farm said it was closed for the day so a veterinarian could “perform a full health and wellness assessment of our animals to ensure their safety.”

“We want to thank our community for standing with us at this time. Your love and support is appreciated,” the farm said in the post.

“Thank you again to our wonderful community. Let’s focus on spreading positivity and good health!”

Local police said their investigation was ongoing and had not made any arrests by Tuesday.

Additional reporting by Amanda Woods


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