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Naked man caught chasing boar that stole his laptop 

Naked man caught chasing boar that stole his laptop 

Oh, to be a fly on that laptop case.

At a lake in Berlin on Wednesday, where Germans are known to bask and bathe in the buff, a middle-aged nude man found himself at the center of a ridiculous scene — chasing down a wild boar while his buns flapped in the wind.

According to Adele Landauer, another visitor of Teufelssee — that’s “Devil’s Lake” in English — a boar and her two piglets had been perusing the shore in search of snacks. After reportedly consuming a stash of leftover pizza from another tourist’s backpack, who was swimming in the lake at the time, the pig posse moved on to the bright yellow bag, which they surely thought had food inside.

What happened next was pure mayhem.

“Nature strikes back!” Landauer wrote on Facebook, translated from German, alongside photos depicting the naked man running after the swine as onlookers watched with smiles.

German nudist chasing a wild boar that took his laptop
Adele Landauer/@adelelandauer_li

“In the yellow bag is the man’s laptop, so he gave it his all in Adam’s costume,” she said, adding that the man had “laughed loudly” at the images, and authorized her to post them on social media.

She provided more details on Instagram.

“Everyone of us adored him how focused he stayed and when he came back with his yellow bag in the hand we all clapped and congratulated him for his success,” the acting coach captioned. “This happens when you’re focused on your goals.”

German nudist chasing a wild boar that took his laptop
Adele Landauer/@adelelandauer_li

The wild suids of Europe have been known to stick their snouts where they don’t belong. Late last year a boar in Italy unearthed an estimated $22,000 worth of cocaine buried in the Tuscan countryside by drug traffickers. And in May, as the streets of Spain cleared due to pandemic lockdown measures, officers in Catalonia were forced to herd the potentially dangerous hogs back to the forest, before they could attack residents.

The deceptively agile animal, which can run as fast as 30 mph and climb walls up to 6 feet high, are not to be trifled with — lest you find yourself defenseless facing a pack untamed porkers.

In a viral tweet last year, a concerned Arkansas man asked rhetorically — as a defense in favor of assault rifle ownership, no less: “Legit question for rural Americans — How do I kill the 30-50 feral hogs that run into my yard within 3-5 mins while my small kids play?”

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