Elephant Goes On Rampage In Thailand, Crushes Car
No one was hurt over the weekend when an elephant climbed on top of a parked car at a park near Bangkok, crushed it like a tin can, and nonchalantly walked away.
A wild, perhaps sexually frustrated elephant destroyed a parked car over the weekend in Thailand.
A passerby caught the destructive meet-and-greet on video at Khao Yai National Park, confirming generally held assumptions about what would happen if a giant elephant were to sit on a car.
Park chief Kanchit Srinoppawan told the BBC the aggressive behavior was likely the result of the mating season. Other incidents of elephants behaving badly in the region have also been reported in recent days.