A farmer in Belgium could face criminal charges if he doesn't put a stone back in its original place. (Photo - DAVID LAVAUX/Facebook)
A farmer in Belgium could face criminal charges if he doesn't put a stone back in its original place.
A farmer in Belgium accidentally re-drew the country's border with France.
France and Belgium realized their border had been moved after a local history buff who went for a walk in the woods discovered one of the stones marking the limit had been moved about two metres.
It turns out a local farmer moved the stone inside French territory.
Reportedly he was annoyed it was in his tractor's path.
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