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08 August 2020 08:39

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  • Wild boar hunt at Teufelssee!” Adele Landauer, an actor and coach, who shared the photos on Facebook said.

Wild boar hunt at Teufelssee!” Adele Landauer, an actor and coach, who shared the photos on Facebook said.

A nudist has become a viral sensation after he chased a wild boar after it stole his possessions. Images of the German nudist circulated online, with his consent, showing him chasing after a boar and her two piglets while fellow bathers laughed. The pictures were snapped at Berlin's Teufelssee, or Devil's Lake, when the boar had stolen a plastic bag of the man's possessions after she had helped herself to another bather's pizza. View photos A German nudist chased a boar after it stole his bag of possessions. "Nature strikes back!

Wild boar hunt at Teufelssee!" Adele Landauer, an actor and coach, who shared the photos on Facebook said. "In the yellow bag is the man's laptop, so he gave it his all in the Adam's costume." Eventually, the man did recover his possessions from the boar, after he "gave his all" trying to get his bag back. The images show people looking on at the wild scene amused and many were happy for the man getting back his bag. "When he came back with his yellow bag in the hand we all clapped and congratulated him for his success," Ms Landauer told the Associated Press. On Facebook, Ms Landauer explained after the ordeal she showed the man the photos she had taken and he laughed, allowing her to post them online. View photos The man did get his laptop back from the boar and found the ordeal quite funny. Source: Facebook/Adele Landauer More The photos have been shared over 18,000 times and many people found the images quite hilarious and praised the gentleman. "So hilarious! With the state of negative affairs on our planet, we need this to make us laugh," another person said. "I salute the mummy wild boar! But I'm glad the nudist gentleman got his laptop back," another person said. According to The Guardian, sunbathing naked in Berlin is legal and rather popular. Wild boars are common in the forests around Berlin and can occasionally be seen venturing through city parks in search of food. Do you have a story tip? Email: [email protected] You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and download the Yahoo News app from the App Store or Google Play. BERLIN (AFP) - A naked sunbather unashamedly gave chase in his birthday suit after a wild boar stole his laptop while he was relaxing by a Berlin lake in an escapade that has gone viral. The man was pictured running after the cheeky swine at the Teufelssee lake, a popular spot for nude sunbathing. Ms Adele Landauer, the Berlin-based life coach who took the pictures, shared them on her Instagram account on Friday (Aug 7), describing the man as a "real hero". "A female wild boar with two babies came out of the forest in order to search for food," she wrote. "Many of us were scared but the wild boars seemed to be peaceful. "After they ate a pizza from a backpack of a man who was taking a swim in the lake, they were looking for a dessert. They found this yellow bag and decided to take it away." The owner of the bag immediately leapt up in pursuit since the bag had his laptop inside. "Every one of us adored him, how focused he stayed, and when he came back with his yellow bag in hand, we all clapped and congratulated him for his success," Ms Landauer wrote. "This happens when you're focused on your goals," she added. Related Story Macaque attack: Humans try to take back Thai city from monkeys Related Story Sick of lockdown: Panda escapes confinement in Copenhagen zoo Ms Landauer had originally published the photos on a personal social media account on Thursday, with her post being shared thousands of times. The man laughed when she showed him the photos and asked permission to share them, she said. "I believe life has its funny sides and we should share them," she added. Ms Landauer was shocked by the attention her photos have received. "Of course, I was totally surprised - nobody can expect such a strong interest," she told AFP.