Moment angry farmer covers Mercedes in SLURRY after owner parked on his field ‘to go to the beach’
- The tractor driver fired mud all over the luxury car near gate on his farm in Cornwall
- Images of the incident emerged after thousands flocked to the shore over the weekend
- The images divided social media users about whether the farmer was right
A farmer put a Mercedes Benz in slurry after the driver parked on his land so they could go to the beach.
The tractor driver fired the entire luxury car at a gate on his Cornish farm.
Images of the incident have sprung up after thousands flocked to the coast to enjoy the warm weather during the party weekend.
The tractor driver shot the entire luxury car (left before and right after) near a gate on his Cornish farm
The countryman can be heard saying in the clip: ‘The beach is very busy today – I assume everyone at a social distance. So busy, they decided to park in the field. ‘
A child asks the man what he plans to do before the farmer replies, “I’m almost done mate, I’m not going to stop.”
At this point, the man transfers the slurry from the back of his vaccination tank and the black Mercedes.
The farmer, who seems to have a child in a taxi, approaches the Mercedes and says: ‘The beach is very busy today – I assume everyone at a distance from each other. So busy, they decided to park in the field ‘
The countryman says, “I hope you enjoy washing your car as much as I paint it for you.”
The footage, viewed over 27,000 times, shared social media users, with some defending the farmer and others sided with the Mercedes owner.
One person said, “If you go to the beach and you can’t park anywhere, don’t use a farm field illegally … especially when they’re spreading slurry. Only in Cornwall. ‘
The tractor driver continues to drive in a straight line as he approaches and sprays the car
Another added: ‘Personally I don’t see a problem with the farmer doing this, if you have the stupidity to park illegally on someone’s property then I’m afraid you will lightly handle the consequences he got in my driveway and you would be blocked for many hours. ‘
But one man wrote, “I’m sorry, I think it’s mean and horrible. Lived in Cornwall and loved it, but this is a shame.
“He did it on purpose for no good reason. Obviously, even this damn virus situation hasn’t changed some people for the better. ‘