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Don't crash your Audi A4 into a field full of livestock - and then run off...

If you do, don’t expect your vehicle to be treated with very much care.

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Don't crash your Audi A4 into a field full of livestock - and then run off...

One farmer in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, was forced to take matters into his own hands after a driver crashed an Audi A4 in a field of his livestock, before fleeing the scene.

 

The BCH Road Police team captured these fantastic images of the farmer removing the vehicle from his land - and it wasn’t very delicately.

 

The traffic cops posted on Twitter: "If you are going to crash into a farmers field with livestock and cause damage then run from the scene over night leaving the field insecure do not expect your vehicle to be recovered with too much care!

 

 


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"Enquiries on-going to trace driver."

 

Farmer Ken Mackenzie replied to the post: "I’ve done this before, with police permission, just couldn’t stop laughing.

 

"The car was totalled by the time I was done. No livestock hurt before, during or after the event. Got £50 scrappage for my troubles. Good day had by all, except for the idiot who’d done a runner."

 

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