Range Rover Used as Sheep Feeder: Arab Hillbillies?

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Sometimes, the things we find on the internet lead us to question our career paths. Today is one of those days, as we've just stumbled upon a video and some photos showing sheep eating out of brand new Range Rover SUV. How profitable are farm animals, if the herders can afford to do this?
The Saudi owner of a 2014 Range Rover decided it would be fun to let his flock of sheep eat out of the back of his luxury SUV. Some can even be seen jumping out of the driver window. If the thought of hooves on expensive leather and fragile paint don't make you cringe, nothing will.

Some Range Rover owners have said the split folding rear hatch of their 4x4 is great if you have a large dog. It seems it works well if you want to feed livestock as well. We guess the big question here is: do sheep who eat from a Range Rover taste better?

Land Rover of the Middle East has issued a statement saying it feels that the owner of the car did not respect the history and value of the British brand. Of course, you can't actually sue people for doing what they want with their own property.

According to the all-mighty internet, who sometimes gets every fact wrong, China has the most sheep in the word, about 150 million of them. It's followed by India, Australia and Iran, which in fourth place boasts 54 million of these furry animals. But what's up with these tall, hairless, skinny sheep? They look like Labradors with black heads.

Editor's note: This is sort of like that reality show Duck Dynasty, in that the folks are rough around the edges, but can afford to buy any car they like.

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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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