Elephant breaks into kitchen in Thailand looking for snacks

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    A hungry elephant crashed through a kitchen wall looking for something to eat in the early hours of Saturday morning in southern Thailand. Ratchadawan Puengprasoppon was awoken by crashing and banging. When she went to find out what had happened, she discovered the male elephant, named Boonchuay, rummaging through her kitchen

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