Teens Break Into Farm, Ride Donkeys

Is there any worse way to find out that someone has broken into your farm and ridden your animals than by seeing it on Snapchat?

That happened to a farmer in Wyckoff, New Jersey last weekend. Fourth-generation farmer Jimmy Amba found out that teens were riding his animals at 10pm on Sunday night. Not only were the teens riding a donkey, but they also were also putting lipstick on a different donkey. If that wasn’t bad enough, they also stole from the family’s market. (And the lipstick was the wrong shade for the donkey.)

Abma was able to chase the 6 teens off the farm. Police haven’t made any arrests, but the social media posts will definitely help them track down the 6, who are being described as a completely different type of donkey.


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