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Sheep Traffic Jam Traps Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Other Supercars in France

Most of us have had to go through an unpleasant animal traffic jam in our driving lives, but when a monstrously-sized sheep heard traps a pack of supercars, the stunt climbs to a whole new level.
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This is exactly what you can see in the piece of footage at the bottom of the page, which comes from last week's Modball Rally Europe. A group of velocity beasts including a Ferrari F12, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Porsche Cayman GT4 and others, was stormed by countless sheep who didn't even seem to treat the machines as important obstacles.

The supercars had left Monaco and were heading towards the UK, with the episode here having taken place in Citadelle d'Entrevaux, France.

The drivers were obviously surprised, with one of them even climbing on top of his GT4 to get a good view of the event - we're talking about Instagram user Thomas Michael Thornley Groves, whom we have to thank for the video and images below.

The stunt only came to prove supercars and sheep can peacefully coexist, as we have no report of hurt animals or damaged machines. Sure, such moments can cause a few scratches, but when you take your go-fast machine on an adventure across the continent, you should expect such things to happen.

Besides, most cars attending the event came with wraps, or protection films, so there's no reason to worry. As for the obvious delay caused by the sheep-tastic moment, this is another matter that only comes naturally with road rallies.

When you go through such moments, the best way is to keep calm and perhaps deliver some attention-worthy social media content. Fortunately, it seems the trapped drivers (pretty much) followed the common sense rule mentioned above, so the soundtrack of the clip consists mostly of sheep bells, with a pinch of NSFW language.



 

A video posted by Thomas Michael Thornley Groves (@tmtgroves) on Jun 28, 2016 at 1:12pm PDT



 
 
 
 
 

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