If you own an expensive car, I imagine you’d do pretty much anything to protect it.
I’m not really a car person, but I protect my expensive items by being careful where I put them and treating them with care. Those are apparently not lessons that Markus Zahn learned despite having a car that’s more expensive than most people’s houses.
Zahn has a bright orange McLaren Spider, which costs $365,000.
He parked it near a pasture where a donkey named Vitus lives. Zahn claims Vitus bit the car, causing scratches that cost $6,000 to fix.
Police have a theory that Vitus mistook the bright orange speedster for a huge carrot, which is why he was drawn to it.
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