A village was swamped by yellow that drove through as a gesture to show support to 84-year-old Peter Maddox, who was also the owner of a similar yellow car. Peter was attached in his own village by some hooligans who were not able to take it that he could own a car.
Peter had actually won a yellow Vauxhall Corsa.
So out of jealousy, some people vandalised the old pensioner.
According to ITV News, the view of the village was ruined. The village was named Bibury.
This made the miscreants think that damaging the car was a good idea.
They scratched the car and etched the word ‘move’ into the paintwork, causing £6,000 worth of damage.
This led to Peter replacing the yellow car with a grey one.
The fellow villagers of Peter were upset with the attack and in order to show solidarity and support to him.
Arranged for a convoy of yellow cars rallying through the village to teach the vandals an important lesson.
100 vehicles took part in the protest and it received huge media coverage. The event was successful enough to be now considered to be the annual event of ITV reports.