Horny elephant defeats Toyota Vios in stomping competition

A bull elephant stressed out because he can’t get laid took his frustrations out on the vexing vehicles swarming his domain Saturday.

After charging one vehicle which managed to escape, the elephant, believed to be about 8, stopped a Toyota Vios carrying four passengers through Khao Yai National Park and proceeded to mount the vehicle’s hood, flattening its front end. No one was hurt in the incident.
 

“It’s in heat,” Veterinarian Patarapol Maneeorn explained in The Nation. When male elephants reach the age they start feeling the need to breed, they are forced out of their herds. Therefore the rampaging bull – blamed for damaging three vehicles on New Year’s Day – was traveling solo.

The pachyderm pandemonium started Jan. 1, when the big guy pummeled two pickup trucks and a taxi.

READ: Enraged bull elephant charges pickup truck at Khao Yai

It’s one of many recent examples of bulls gone wild. In Trat province, an elephant known locally as “Sonic the Elephant” sent villagers scrambling for cover Jan. 5 in Trat province after they disturbed him.

Photos: Wildlife Friends Foundation

Related:

‘Sonic the Elephant’ goes on rampage, chases Trat villagers

Enraged bull elephant charges pickup truck at Khao Yai

 

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