Driver is lucky enough to escape after elephant seems to be trying to mate with his car in Thailand
Remove your trunk from my trunk! Driver is lucky enough to escape after elephant seems to be trying to mate with his car in Thailand
- Elephant lay across a car on Thanarat Road in Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima
- The Bull Elephant, known as Duea, spreads over the car and wags its tail
- Driver manages to get ahead and make a quick exit on Tuesday afternoon
- Drivers are advised to stay 100ft away from elephants in Khao Yai National Park
A driver was stopped making his journey after a 34-year-old elephant decided to climb on his car and mount it in a national park in Thailand.
The large bull elephant waves its tail before it lays its front legs over the car on Thanarat Road in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand, on Tuesday afternoon.
Seconds later, Duea decides to take the elephant to another level and gradually rubs himself against the car as if he were looking for couples.
An elephant was captured on Tuesday afternoon in a car in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand
The 35-year-old animal manages to fall on top while the person filming in the oncoming car gasps for the encounter.
The animal shows no signs of departure, stands strong and bends its back – leaving the driver and passenger Phassakorn Niltarach completely to his will.
The wild animal manages to break the rear window, roof and body of the car during short rough and tumble.
The elephant, which can weigh up to seven tons, left the car and its passengers at its mercy yesterday
Cars are stopped while the elephant makes a guideline for one of the cars. Drivers are advised to stop their vehicles 30 meters away from an incoming elephant, to keep their engine on and back when the animal approaches, according to a park director
The exterior of the car was crushed after the rough and tumbling of the 35-year-old elephant. A staff member from the park said it was the way the elephant greeted tourists
The wild batter caused damage to the front of the car, but & # 39; would never hurt anyone or vehicles & # 39 ;, park director Kanchit Sarinpawan told Khaoso news today
The driver inches ahead and manages to make a quick exit out of the grip of the elephant.
As the road rushes on, the camera reveals the broken exterior of the car and looks at the elephant with longing.
Phassakorn Niltarach was a passenger in the car
Meanwhile, park staff revealed that Duea & # 39; s way was to greet tourists & # 39; during the transition between wet and cold seasons, on Tuesday evening.
The middle-aged elephant would never hurt anyone or vehicles, Park Director Kanchit Sarinpawan told Khaoso news today.
Drivers are advised to stop their vehicles 30 meters away from an incoming elephant, to keep their engine on and back when the animal approaches.
They should not stop to take photos because they pose a risk to vehicles, according to Khao Yai Park in Pak Chong District of Nakhon Ratchasima Province.
Visitors have harassed elephants in this national park, as seen in a video in which the group filmed themselves and said to an elephant: & Come on, fat! What are you, a model that walks in the middle of the road? & # 39;
National Park officials spent their time searching for the group in April 2017.
And in December a hungry elephant was captured by pickups for food along the same strip of road.
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