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Entitled Celebrity Thinks It's OK To Trespass On Farmer's Land, Get's Instant Dose Of Reality

Hollywood types sometimes forget that they, too, are only human. Just because they stand in front of the camera for a living doesn't mean everyone is going to worship them, and it certainly doesn't mean they are entitled to a free pass to break the law. One farmer showed a celebrity and her entourage exactly how he felt about them trespassing on his land.

Actress Emma Thompson, known for her roles in films such as 'Saving Mr. Banks', 'Sense and Sensibility', and as Professor Trelawney in the Harry Potter films, joined a large group of Greenpeace activists to protest fracking in the United Kingdom. The protesters decided that since they had a celebrity, they could get away with going onto private property. They hopped fences onto a farmer's land, set up tents and even had a catered lunch set up while they shouted in outrage about the issue.

The farmer didn't give a hoot that a celebrity was among the crowd, and he wasn't having it. He called police on the protesters to complain about their trespassing, but not before he taught them a lesson about life on the farm.

The farmer hooked up his manure sprayer to his tractor and went for a close ride by the group. As he circled them, he hit the spray button and turned on the hoses. He sprayed the entire group down with liquid poop.

Apparently, Greenpeace UK broke a court injunction by trespassing, and they thought a celebrity was going to be their golden ticket out of trouble, but it turned out not to be so. Hopefully they’ve learned their lesson about breaking the law and dismissing the rights of hard-working individuals. A farmer’s job, when it comes down to it, is far more important than that of someone up on the silver screen, and he deserves a lot more respect.

Source: AWM
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