Just when you think it’s safe in AFRICA
This incident did not happen in Mozambique the last week but in the Pilansberg in South Africa. A friend send the pics to BEELD to share the incident. All photos taken by: Riaan van Wyk
Just had to share this story!
PHOTO ABOVE: A NICE PEACEFUL AFTERNOON WATCHING AN AFRICAN ELEPHANT BULL!
Lesson 1: If an elephant (a bull that is) get that close to car …. you have lost the battle already.
Lesson 2: That is not a friendly sniff – it means I don’t like the color of the automobile you are driving!
Lesson 3: If an elephant sits on your bonnet – never mind the dent . The elephant is just showing you that he is bigger and better and has something else up his sleeve.
Lesson 5: If you can see the eye of the elephant from about 1 m – brace yourself put on your seatbelt and enjoy the ride!
Lesson 6: There is no lesson – it’s too late!
Lesson 7: Hope you have insurance and good luck with your story.