Every Sunday, vendor and customers attend a flea market in Croatia, parking on a farmer’s land in Jakusevec in Zagreb.
Farmer Pavao Bedekovic has warned them against parking on the land, located near the market. However, people have ignored his pleas, but he took action, reported Croatian news channel SATA 24, via TheBlaze.
He ploughed the field around the cars, so they couldn’t escape.
The owners of the vehicles called the police on him, but they couldn’t do anything about, saying the land belongs to him.
The flea market charges $2 for parking, which is why people were parking on his land.