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October 09. 2013 11:30AM

Mass. jokester's buttocks caught in N.H. thresher puts brakes on DIY attraction at family farms


 

WAKEFIELD, N.H. (CAP) - Several lawsuits are threatening the popular "Thresh Your Own Grain" practice and other participatory activities at family farms, say local farmers.

'I know my client assumed threshing would be perfectly safe,' said Mark Robertson, attorney for Karl Frankenheimer, a Massachusetts man who suffered several puncture wounds at Apple Time Farms in Wakefield, N.H., when he stuck his buttocks into the thresher 'as a gag.'


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