Two people are struggling these days, a bitter dispute about a stolen four-metre-high elephant.
last week had the well-known financier and co-founder of LøkkeFonden Lars Kolind namely going to the police and report an elephant, he believes that owning, stolen.
It writes the Skive Folkeblad.
There is, however, not a genuine, live elephant, but a large model in fiberglass, which has disappeared from its normal place in the Højslevskoven near the Washer.
Erhvervsmanden Lars Kolind owner of the forest, and considers therefore also that he owns the elephant.
But the forest previous owner Timothy Jacob Jensen insists that he owns the elephant, and therefore simply have picked up the.
- Timothy has confessed the theft, and I assume that the police shall ensure that the elephant can come back to his place safe and sound, " says Lars Kolind to the media.
He took over the forest from the well-known designerfirma Jacob Jensen Design in January, but the company's former director and chief designer believes that the acquisition meant the elephant.
Therefore he has just recognized, that have downloaded the elephant, reads the explanation:
- I have neither committed or confessed to something theft. But I'm glad that we can give people little to laugh at in here sometimes. For indeed, I think it is a little comical, says Timothy Jacob Jensen, to Skive Folkeblad.
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Timothy Jensen is the son of the famous Danish designer Jacob Jensen. Photo: Stine Bidstrup/Ritzau Scanpix
Timothy Jacob Jensen tell to the TV Midvest, the elephant now stands at home in his garden, where it must be done purely. He bought it himself for a number of years ago, he explains further.
Lars Kolind and Timothy Jacob Jensen has previously been partners in the company Jacob Jensen Design, but the latter has sold his shares in the well-known designerfirma, as Lars Kolind is now chairman of the board of.
Why is the former financier with a background in, among other things, Grundfos also sure, that the case falls out to his advantage.
'I leave the matter to the police. I have full confidence that they will find out who the sculpture belongs to. And it is not Timothy', writes Lars Kolind to the TV Midtvest.