An elephant smashed the wall of a house in Ba La Yu, Na. ThailandSunday (20). According to the property owner, Radchadawan Peungprasopporn, the animal was looking for food.
It is possible to see in the photos that the elephant broke the wall of the kitchen, just above the sink, where there are dishes and what appears to be leftovers.
Videos taken by Puengprasoppon and posted on Facebook show the elephant rummaging through cupboards and drawers with its chest and banging dishes.
“We were asleep and woke up to a sound in our kitchen,” Boengprasopon told CNN. We ran downstairs and saw an elephant sticking its head in our kitchen as the wall smashed.
I mentioned it His kitchen wall already had a hole in it, because another elephant had crashed into the house last month, and the damage had yet to be fixed. When the second animal appeared and stuck its head in the hole, which increased the size of the damage.
“Since I was young, I’ve seen elephants roaming our town in search of food. But this is the first time they’ve actually destroyed my house,” the Thai woman told CNN.
An elephant looking for food in the kitchen at home in Ba La Yu, Hua Hin, Thailand. The photo was taken by the property owner, Radchadawan Peungprasopporn, on June 20, 2021. – Photo: Radchadawan Peungprasopporn / Facebook / AFP
Pa La-U is located in the Hua Hin district, about 200 kilometers from the capital, Bangkok.
Thailand has a population of nearly 70 million and is the 20th most populous country in the world, ahead of the United Kingdom and France, which each have a population of about 67 million, according to Our World in Data.
The country is located in Southeast Asia and is bordered by Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia.
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