This is the side-splitting moment that a passenger freaked out while trying to feed a camel at a drive-thru safari park.
AJ N’Debadahlambo shrieked in fear when a hungry camel stuck its head through his open car window during a visit to a safari park in Alexandria, Lousiana.
Hilarious footage, filmed on November 11, shows AJ nervously feeding a camel a cup of animal food through the passenger window as his friend Callie Howell, who is driving the car, begins to giggle at his reaction.
AJ N’Debadahlambo was left terrified after a hungry camel stuck its head through his window while his friend Callie Howell drove the car through a safari park in Alexandria, Louisiana
As the camel sticks its head through the open window, AJ panics and lets go of the cup of food. He starts to freak out again when the camel comes back, looking for more tasty treats.
AJ starts screaming ‘Callie’ and leans back between the two front seats in a bid to get away from the camel, all while Callie, 23, is in fits of laughter beside him.
Callie, from Los Angeles, starts driving quicker but the determined camel jogs alongside the car, while AJ screams incoherently before climbing on to the back seats, where the windows are closed.
In between laughing, Callie says: ‘They are following us!’ as the camel continues to chase their car through the safari park.
Musician AJ says: ‘Slow down Callie, he’s mad. I told you not to put me in this situation.’
Hilarious footage, filmed on November 11, shows AJ nervously feeding a camel a cup of animal food when the hungry ungulate steals the cup, causing AJ to freak out
AJ starts screaming ‘Callie’ as he leans back between the two seats in a bid to get away from the camel, all while Callie, 23, hysterically laughs while driving the car
Callie starts driving quicker but the determined camel jogs alongside the car, while AJ screams incoherently before climbing on to the back seats, where the windows are closed
As the pair finally manage to break away from the camel, AJ says ‘don’t hit none of these animals’ while still looking terrified after the ordeal.
After posting the footage to TikTok, AJ said Callie had locked his window so he couldn’t put it back up, explaining why he leapt on to the back seats in fear.
The footage left people in hysterics, with viewers joking that Callie should have stopped the car so they could have seen more of AJ’s reaction.
One person said: ‘I would have died over and over again.’
Another joked: ‘Callie should have stopped the car and opened the sunroof.’
A third wrote: ‘Omg I laughed way too hard at this. Why was the camel still running on the side of the car, I felt like I was watching Jurassic Park!’
And a fourth commented: ‘She’s [Callie’s] having so much fun.’
A fifth quipped: ‘I want to go to the safari with him.’
A camel stuck its head inside a family’s car at Arbuckle Wilderness, a drive-through zoo in Davis, Oklahoma, on May 18, 2020, and stole $10 worth of animal feed from Pepsi cups
It is not the first time that a hungry camel has become overexcited when offered food by passengers at a drive-thru safari park.
Nathan Pugh, 37, encountered a hungry camel when visiting Arbuckle Wilderness, a drive-through zoo in Davis, Oklahoma, with his family on May 18 last year.
The electrician from Reno, Oklahoma, bought $10 worth of animal feed with his wife Kelsi, 32, son Bostyn, nine, and daughter Ryan, seven.
But when the family reached the camel reserve in the park, the cheeky animal decided to grab the whole Pepsi cup full of food from Nathan, hilarious footage showed.
The camel then set its sights on the food Nathan and Kelsi’s daughter Ryan was holding in the back of the car after poking its head through the front window.