I had just positioned the cameras at my favorite wildlife viewing area when I heard a vehicle rapidly approaching and saw that it was my brother "Salty". He informed me that a vehicle was stuck on the creek bank on our farm. He had already talked to the subjects, but wanted my input also, so we traveled to the scene. There were two young men with a vehicle solidly anchored on the creek bank.
I cross this stream every day and have yet to see the big rock. There has been a lot of problems in this area with persons driving through fields, throwing out empty alcoholic beverage containers, etc.
While they were on our property, it was a minimal amount so we decided to not press trespass charges against them. Their punishment was to retrieve their vehicle as best as possible without our assistance. We were at the farm buildings discussing the situation when we heard a loud roaring noise, so we returned to the area and found that they had succeeded in escaping from their predicament.
Their story is one of the poorest rationalizations I have heard. There is little doubt that the operator was driving under the influence of alcohol and decided to see if he could jump the vehicle over the stream bank. To top it off, it was his dad's vehicle.