在台開車竟遭「牠」擋路!網友笑瘋:肥美食材送上門 | Wild animal encounters in Taiwan spark amusement online

A social media user recently found his path blocked by a giant black pig while driving, and unexpectedly received tons of replies sharing similar experiences in response. (Photo courtesy of 爆廢公社公開版/Facebook)

【看CP學英文】在台灣的郊區,我們經常能看見許多野生動物在路邊或田裡逛大街。

In the suburbs of Taiwan, many animals can often be found wandering around the streets or on the side of fields.

近期,一位網友在臉書社團「爆廢公社公開版」分享,他在鄉下開車時突然發現前方的路被一隻巨大的黑豬公擋住,並決定將這個「奇遇記」記錄下來,立即獲得網友熱烈回應。

A social media user recently had a funny encounter with a huge black pig while driving in the countryside, and decided to share his experience on Facebook.

貼文中,網友表示他一大清早被「攔車」,覺得很好奇這隻豬是不是有什麼冤屈,需要透過擋他的路來排解。

He explained that he was blocked by the pig while driving early in the morning, and he wondered if the pig had any grievances that needed to be vented through blocking his way.

他表示自己曾經遇過「臭青母攔路,也遇過白鵝攔路」,但這次是首次遇到黑豬擋路。

The social media user also shared that he had previously encountered elaphe carinata snakes and white geese while driving, but this was his first time seeing a black pig on the road.

Others were quick to share their own animal encounters in Taiwan. (Photo courtesy of 爆廢公社公開版/Facebook)

此貼文瞬間獲得將近1.1萬個讚,而其他網友也開玩笑的為豬公發聲。有人開玩笑的表示此位網友可以在晚餐上「加料」了,也有人大讚看到豬公感覺是個吉利的象徵。

The post received over 11,000 likes, and many viewers smiled at the view of the wild animal. Some commenters even suggested eating the pig for dinner, while others said that the pig was an auspicious symbol.

更有人分享他們自己的經驗,其中一位網友貼出被兩隻鴨子擋路的畫面,而另一位更倒楣的被一群綿羊擋路,完全無法通行。

Many also shared their own wild animal encounters, with one commenter sharing a picture of two ducks crossing the road, while another shared a picture of a whole flock of brown sheep blocking his path.

A social media user recently found his path blocked by a giant black pig while driving, and unexpectedly received tons of replies sharing similar experiences in response. (Photo courtesy of 爆廢公社公開版/Facebook)

光從這個臉書貼文來看,台灣彷彿是一個公開的動物園,讓愛動物人士可以時不時(不管他們有沒有意願)在街上看到可愛小動物。

It seems that based on the Facebook thread alone, Taiwan is an open zoo for animal lovers, and visitors should brace themselves for encountering a variety of animals to “brighten” up their day — whether they like it or not.