A Cornish farmer showered a sparkling Mercedes limo with slurry when he found the mint condition vehicle parked up in his field.

The local landowner spotted the vehicle driven off road and hiding behind the hedge perimeter of his field bordering the road to the beach.

So he decided to teach the driver a harmless but pungent lesson in respecting private property.

A clip of the so far unidentified farmer was posted by Beth Matthews on her Twitter account.

She posted an emoji and tag-line ‘Only in Cornwall!’, adding; “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.”

In the short vid the farmer tells a baby boy travelling with him: “Beach is nice and busy today – everyone social distancing I suppose.”

“Yes,” the little lad chirps.

“That busy, they decided to park in the field.”

“Yes,” say’s the littl’un: “So – what are you doing now?”

The Farmer replies: “Well I’m nearly finished mate: I’m not stopping.”

“Hope you have as much fun washing your car as I am going to have painting it for you,” he remarks to the absent driver – before emptying his slurry spreader all over the vehicle.

Mixed reaction online: check out the vid 🙂 You have to click through to Twitter to see it.

Beth Matthews who posted the film is a campaigning suicide survivor and her Twitter and website are focussed mainly on the subject.

If you’re interested or would find her site helpful just click HERE

And if Beth or anyone knows who the Farmer is and where this happened – don’t recognise the village: top of Newquay? West Cornwall through to Porthcurno? Could be anywhere – Let us know! Just post below! 🙂

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