Hungry camel tried to steal man's bread through his car window

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TV presenter gets the hump when a hungry CAMEL pops its head through his car window to try and steal his bread rolls

Ahmad Salayem was in his car when two camels tried to grab bread from his him. TV presenter was trying to speak to camera when one reached through window. He tried to fend off hungry beast but it continued to wrestle with him in Dubai.

 

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