A Careless Truck Driver Destroyed The Historic Nazca Lines

When you google “this is why we can’t have lovely things,” you should get a copy of this story first:

A truck driver ran a semi-trailer over three of the two-thousand-year-old geoglyphs known as the Nazca lines, despite multiple warning signs.

According to reports, the vehicle left deep scars in the earth, inflicting irreversible damage to the lines. What possessed him to do such a thing?

If you google “cheap truck drivers” in the future, a duplicate of this story should show up first.

Jainer Jess Flores Vigo pretended to be disoriented, but he actually went off the Pan American highway at km 424 to avoid paying a toll.

The damaged area stretched 50 by 100 meters (104 by 328 feet) and encompassed sections of three geoglyphs, according to the Peruvian Culture Ministry. At the very least, the driver was apprehended!

The court wanted to throw more than a book at this individual, knowing how much Peruvians love their Nazca lines. While the inquiry was ongoing, the Culture Ministry ordered nine months of preventative imprisonment as well as a fine of $1,550.

Isn’t he the one who acquired it?

When you google “what the hell is wrong with our courts,” you should get a copy of this story first.

The driver was discharged when a court determined that there was insufficient evidence to indicate that he behaved with malice. An appeal has been filed. Is there any positive news to report? That depends on how you define “good.”

To put it another way, this item won’t come up for a few thousand pages if you Google “good news.”

Three straight lines were harmed as a result of the accident. While the figurines will never be restored to their previous state, the driver did not perform donuts over the remaining 450 square kilometers of figures.

If you believe the lines were drawn by aliens as part of an intricate map and landing strip, you might want to scratch a “we’re truly sorry about this” message in huge letters in the soil, along with some birds and lizards, along the area’s boundary.

Meanwhile, the ministry of culture intends to strengthen up security surrounding the lines and utilize drones for nocturnal observation. Will it be of assistance?

An archaeologist for the lines informed the media that occurrences like this happen all the time, and the only reason this one made the news was that someone was present to photograph it and share it on social media.

When you google “dumb people abducted by aliens and never returned,” a copy of this tale should come up top.

There is no retribution that can make up for the damage he has committed.


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