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Naked man is forced to chase wild boar after it snatched his laptop at naturist hotspot in Germany 

The bare cheek of it! Naked man is forced to chase a wild boar after it snatched his laptop at a naturist hotspot in Germany

  • The unnamed man had been sunbathing at Teufelssee, a lake west of Berlin
  • Tenacious wild boar snatched a yellow bag which contained the man’s laptop
  • He chased after the boar as dozens of bemused families watched the pursuit

A series of snapshots caught the hilarious moment a naturist ran naked through a park in order to chase down a wild boar that had stolen his laptop.

The unnamed man had been sunbathing at Teufelssee, a lake west of Berlin, on Wednesday evening before becoming embroiled in the unexpected encounter. 

A boar, which are common in the German capital, snatched one of the nudist’s bags, forcing him to run after it in front of dozens of bemused visitors. 

A series of snapshots caught the hilarious moment a naturist ran naked through a park in order to chase down a wild boar that had stolen his laptop

There are several beaches and lakes throughout Germany which allow people to swim or sunbathe without clothes as part of the country’s Freikörperkultur – free body culture.

In the pictures a middle-aged man can be seen striding after the tenacious wild boar and its two piglets as they made their way across the grassy meadow.

The boar had a small yellow bag clenched in its mouth which it later transpired contained the man’s laptop.

Dozens of bemused families watched the pursuit before the man was eventually able to retrieve his belongings. 

The unnamed man had been sunbathing at Teufelssee, a lake west of Berlin, on Wednesday evening before becoming embroiled in the unexpected encounter

Dozens of bemused families watched the pursuit before the man was eventually able to retrieve his belongings

Dozens of bemused families watched the pursuit before the man was eventually able to retrieve his belongings

Encounters with wild boar are not uncommon in Germany. 

Last year the European statistical agency Eurostat said there are some 150 million pigs in the EU and 40 per cent of them could be found in Spain and Germany.

In January 2019 Denmark even began erecting a 43.4 mile (70 kilometer) wall along its border with Germany in a bid to keep out wild boars.

The move was aimed at preventing the spread of African swine fiver which could have put the country’s pork industry at risk.

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