A driver was stopped from making his journey after a 34-year-old elephant decided to climb on top of his car and mount it in a national park in Thailand. The large bull elephant is seen wagging his tail before lying his front legs across the car on Thanarat Road in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand, on Tuesday afternoon. Seconds later, Duea the elephant decides to take the interaction to another level and gradually rubs himself against the car as though he is looking to mate. An elephant was captured mounting a car in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand, on Tuesday afternoon RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Drought-hit ZImbabwe sells young elephants overseas despite… Lawyers argue that the Bronx Zoo’s Happy the elephant should… Share this article Share The 35-year-old animal manages to plonk on top while the person filming in the oncoming car can be heard gasping at the encounter. Showing no sign of leaving, the animal stands strong and arches its back – leaving the driver and passenger Phassakorn Niltarach completely at his will. The wild animal manages to break the car’s rear window, roof and body of the car during the brief rough and tumble. The elephant, which can weigh… Read full this story
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