Video: Farmer Sprays Trespassing Camper with Manure, But What Happens Next Is Even More Disgusting

A cyclist who was camping overnight in a field in Devon was subjected to a slurry attack by a local farmer, in an incident that has sparked widespread discussion. The farmer, intent on teaching the cyclist “not to stay in anyone’s fields ever again,” sprayed the camper with slurry for a full 15 seconds after discovering the tent in his field.

The incident, first reported by The Sun, was captured on video last week by Jack Bellamy, a third-generation farmer from Tavistock, Devon. Bellamy, who manages a farm with 200 cows and 650 sheep, stumbled upon the black tent propped against a hedge and decided to take matters into his own hands.

In the video, Bellamy can be seen getting into his John Deere tractor while expressing his frustration. “I’ll tell you what, these , they’ll f* set up anywhere. They do not give a flying f***. They’ll go anywhere,” Bellamy said before driving towards the cyclist’s tent.

Bellamy proceeded to drive past the tent, deliberately aiming the slurry sprayer to ensure the camper received the maximum amount of manure. The cyclist, seemingly caught completely off guard, is seen ducking behind his tent in an attempt to shield himself from the onslaught of slurry.
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Bellamy said:

When my dad went back later the tent was gone, there was a white patch where the tent was and the slurry hadn’t been. I would hate to think what he smells like now.

There is a campsite 400 yards in one direction and 600 yards in the other but they just please themselves these people. We’ve had people from towns walking in the fields.

There is 50,000 acres of Dartmoor nearby and he chose to camp in my field. They come up from the towns and think they can do what they want. We’ve had loads of trouble with dogs worrying the sheep.

They wouldn’t like it if I went camping in their garden. They’ve got no knowledge of the countryside at all. They come up from the towns and think they can do what they want. They probably think food grows on a plant or something.

The video has since gone viral, sparking a debate on social media about property rights and appropriate responses to trespassing. Some viewers sympathized with Bellamy, understanding his frustration with people camping on his land without permission. But what’s even more disgusting is the fact that the majority criticized the farmer’s actions, arguing that the response was excessive and unnecessarily harsh.

Some of the comments are truly concerning: the sorts of things we try to bring attention to because this zeitgeist is prolific in the western world right now, and needs to be tamped out before it’s too late.

These sorts of communist “it’s all our land” and “we can get food at the store” ideas are exactly why socialist states always end in starvation.

Bruce Hoenshell

Bruce Hoenshell is a military historian, he is one of the most prolific conservative writers today, often churning out multiple columns per week. His writings tend to focus on international themes, modern warfare. Style Sampling: “ It is not that we need social networking and Internet searches more than food and fuel, but rather that we have the impression that cool zillionaires in flip-flops are good while uncool ones in wingtips are quite bad.”

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