I didn't know AAA covered that.
kfringe sends this important correction:
Great shot -- the camel looks less than pleased.
Camels never don't look less than pleased.
I don't know, I think mine always looks like he's smiling. He is... however not being towed.
Is the camel's leg tied to the fence? Is this some kind of camel-torture?
NOBODY EXPECTS THE UNGULATE INQUISITION!
Our primary weapon is a hydraulic crane.
And a truck.
Damn! Our primary weapons are a hydraulic crane, and a truck.
The camel's legs are quite wisely tied calf-to-thigh. Else it would be thrashing so badly it would hurt itself.
Locally we have a tow truck company called "Camel Towing".
Their commercials hint at the nature of the phrase, but when questioned directly, they will claim it is because a camel was the mascot of their high school alma mater.