A rampaging elephant reacted with fury to a car full of German tourists on safari.
The wild beast stormed on to the dust track the holidaymakers were driving on and charged straight at their car.
Video footage captured the moment the five-tonne bull elephant smashed its way in to the vehicle using only one of its dagger-sharp tusks.
Wildlife watchers inside the vehicle yelled "Drive, drive, drive!" and fled the elephant, which had just fought off a rival at Kruger National Park in South Africa.
One of the Germans quipped as they sped away: "I think we lost the deposit."
Nobody was injured in the incident, despite broken glass showering the interior of the vehicle.
Bull elephants have tusks up to 5ft long which are often used for goring rivals in battles for supremacy of Africa's vast plains and savannahs. Male elephants grow up to 13ft in height and often over females.