Time/date: 12.30pm, Saturday 26th September
Location: Rural road in central France
Weather: Slight rain
Speed: 70kmph (approx)
Incident: Travelling along road in usual vehicle at a slower than normal speed due to weather and time of night, what seemed to be a bush was observed and noted to be shaking oddly at the side of the road. It rapidly became apparent that this was not in fact a ‘bush’ after said ‘bush’ looked over its shoulder at oncoming vehicle and headed into the middle of the road. ‘Bush’ was then identified as a large wild boar and evasive manoeuvres (and screaming) were initiated.
Wild boar = undamaged
Vehicle = undamaged
Trousers and underpants = no longer fit for purpose.