Farmer Covered Mercedes In Slurry After Driver Parked On His Land To Go To The Beach
Joseph AdeyinkaPublished on
The hilarious moment an infuriated farmer covered up a Mercedes Benz with slurry after the owner parked illegally on his farm in order to go to the beach. Video of the incident featured a tractor driver passing the shiny black vehicle on his farm before spraying dirt onto it.
The farmer, reportedly from Tintagel, Cornwall bathed the luxury car and as he got closer, he could be heard muttering: ‘The beach is so nice and busy, but everyone is supposing to be social distancing. It’s that busy they’ve reached a decision to park in my field.’
The moment an infuriated farmer covered up a Mercedes Benz with slurry after the owner parked illegally on his farm in order to go to the beach
The intent of the farmer became crystal clear as he get closer to the car, explaining to a child whose voice can also be heard: ‘You can see I am spreading slurry. I am almost finished and I am not stopping.’
The farmer added: ‘I sincerely hope you have all the fun as much as washing your car. I am going to paint if for you. Seconds later, the Benz was changed into a glossy, fresh brown vehicle.
The video, garnering over 27,000 shares has however caused a mixed reaction on the internet as some users appeared to be defending the farmer while a few stood against.
‘If you intend going to the beach and there’s nowhere to park your car, don’t park illegally at a farmer’s field, most especially when a slurry spread is happening. Only in Cornwall though.’ A user wrote.
A second added: ‘I don’t see an issue here. I don’t have a problem with the farmer. If you have the foolishness to park on someone’s property without permission, then I am afraid you deal with the consequences. Park on my drive and you’ll get blocked for many hours.’
A third countered: ‘I apologize, but this is mean and awful. I used to live in Cornwall and I so much loved it there. But this is certainly disgraceful. It’s clear the farmer did this on purpose and obviously this virus hasn’t changed some people for good.’
Nevertheless, Britain’s flooded the beaches over the weekend as the mercury read 26C in some parts of the country. Likewise, the village of Tintagel, an hour up to the coast from Newquay is well-recognized for being associated with the legend of King Arthur.