Farmer covers Mercedes in SLURRY after driver illegally parked on his land ‘to go to the beach’

THIS is the the moment a farmer covers a Mercedes Benz with slurry after illegally parking on his land "to go to the beach" to enjoy the bank holiday sunshine.

In the video, the driver of the tractor points to a car parked up near a gate on a farm in Cornwall as he's doing his work.

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He can be heard saying: "The beach is nice and busy today – everyone social distancing I suppose.

"That busy, they've decided to park in the field."

A child's voice can then be heard asking what the farmer is going to do before the driver replied: "I've nearly finished mate, I'm not stopping."

The tractor driver then coats the car with slurry.

While driving up to the vehicle he can be heard saying: "I hope you have as much fun washing your car as I am going to have painting it for you."

Brits flocked to the beaches this weekend as the mercury reached 26C in some parts of the country. 

The video has been viewed by more than 27,000 people online.

One person wrote: "If you’re going to the beach and there’s nowhere to park, don’t illegally use a farmers field…especially when they are spreading slurry. Only in Cornwall."

Another person added: "Personally I don’t see a problem with the farmer doing this, if you have the stupidity to park on someone’s property illegally then I’m afraid you deal with the consequences he got of lightly, park on my drive and you would be blocked in for many hours to come!"

However, not everyone thought the tractor driver's behaviour was acceptable.

One said: "I am sorry, I think it is mean and horrible.

"Used to live in Cornwall and loved it but this is disgraceful. He did it on purpose for no good reason at all.

"Obviously even this damned virus situation hasn't changed some people for the better."

The driver filmed the moment while saying he hoped the car owner enjoyed washing the vehicle as much he enjoys coating the Mercedes
The video has since gone viral as thousands have viewed it


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