This Strange Dutchman With A Giant Orange Van 'Nearly Broke The Internet'

This Strange Dutchman With A Giant Orange Van 'Nearly Broke The Internet'

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New The day Sven Olaf Kamphuis parked his huge orange Mercedes van with its German numberplates outside Bar Javis, in the Catalan town of Granollers, the owner's son snapped a picture with his mobile phone. "Not a lot happens in this street," Maria Cruz, the bar's owner, explained. "And it was...
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