Skukuza - Just a few weeks after a SANParks official was caught firing shots to scare an elephant off the road in the Kruger National Park, another video has emerged of a similar incident where an elephant and her calf were pushed off the road by a park vehicle. Beeld reports that Stephan Segal, a visitor to the park, witnessed the reckless behaviour on Sunday afternoon and filmed the entire incident. Watch the video here. Frankly, we couldn’t believe our eyes when we saw the footage, especially so soon after a similar incident involving a SANParks official was filmed just a few weeks ago. The official involved in the shooting incident was subjected to a disciplinary hearing and received a ‘final warning.’ While SANParks has called for visitors to respect their animals on numerous occasions it seems like certain park employees (probably very much a minority) are not following the same code of conduct! We asked our readers whether they had ever witnessed similar incidents and if a ‘final warning’ was sufficient punishment for this sort of offense form an official. This is what everyone had to say: We’ve seen these things happen with our own eyes! Doreen Ronnenbergh - I have witnessed them speeding also they bang the sides of their vehicles when they want to get passed. We were then charged by the elephant and we were far from the park employees. Paddy and Carol Norten - Oh yes we have seen: -SANPARKS officials speeding (one night they nearly collided with our car in Oliphants camp), contractors driving hard and fast near Elephants causing them to scatter and bellow. We always complain direct and by letter but don’t get the courtesy of a reply. Fire them! Magda Snyders - That explains why the elephants attack cars. No not at all. Fire them and blacklist their names to never again work in a enviroment with animals. Kerrin Niemandt - Fire the moron! He doesn't deserve his job!!!!!! Gary Harvey - Get rid of them. Sanparks clean up your act. Nats Brown - Fire, blacklist. SANParks clean up house and review your hiring process. Jacqueline-marie Gottfert - Soon elephants will think all vehicles are a threat to them. This guy should be fired on the spot, without a warning!! A person in this job should have a passion for animals. Obviously his passion isn't there. So how would a 'warning' help??? Stephanie Boting - The animals were there before man. There is so much disrespect toward animals, it's sad! Rules are placed for a reason to be abided by by everyone whether you are a visitor or employee. Ricky Summers - Staff have to love animals. I think when SANPARK employ staff have that check out. He should be given a fair chance Tau Phahlane - He should explain first y was he doing that otherwise we conclude or determine any foul play as we don't know the intention right now. Readers also responded on Twitter: @News24Travel @MyNews24 Only braindead imbeciles would be so irresponsible. Should be summarily dismissed & out of Envir Affairs 4ever— Colleen Mossman (@CollProff) June 9, 2014@News24Travel @News24 No - punishment does not seem to help. Tomorrow they do it again. Punish them in jail for them to sit and think.— Des Liebenberg (@dsrlbnbrg) June 9, 2014@News24Travel @lynnOnCrime no, it should be gross misconduct which is a dismissable offense— Day (@Day13a) June 9, 2014@News24Travel @News24 NO. They are paid to protect animals. They are partly responsible for aggression and violence of animals.— whichgatenext (@duppie4x) June 9, 2014@news24travel @news24 :0 u want to mess with a man who can push elephants! Good luck to you..— N Latib (@Adnlprojects) June 9, 2014@News24Travel @News24 absolutely not! @SANParks has to investigate properly. Even if it was a genuine emergency, poor behaviour @lead_sa— Ashwell Glasson (@Ashwellbglasson) June 9, 2014@News24Travel they are abusing the animals and should be fired and banned forever from working anywhere near animals.— Millie (@Millie_Mosehla) June 9, 2014@News24Travel @News24 Push with body or Vehicle?; they work with these Animals and know them; Warning with less payment; if quilty!— Michell Steyn (@michell4God) June 9, 2014@News24Travel no dismissal is appropriate— Valda Petersen (@PetersenValda) June 9, 2014@news24travel @news24 no.he should be fined or fired— mande stander (@mandelioness) June 9, 2014@News24Travel no his employment should be terminated, he is suppose to care for the animals, not harras them— marinda drake (@marinda_drake) June 9, 2014@News24Travel @News24 Fire him— Tracy Ceronio (@tracycer1) June 9, 2014@News24Travel maybe a canonshot next to them so they can feel what it feels like for the poor elephants!! Angry!!— Christa Venter (@christa_venter) June 9, 2014@News24Travel Unfortunately, unions see the elephants being out of line.— Jacob (@TheLionsVillage) June 9, 2014@News24Travel such a disgrace. Even if your in a hurry its no excuse. Be 15mins late im sure the excuse of wild in the road is a good one.— mykail gorgens (@micimike) June 9, 2014@News24Travel. Absolutely not!!! Needs to be fired, and pushed off the road.#cruelty to animals is not on.— goldie naidoo (@goldienaidoo) June 9, 2014Come join our travel community! Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, hang out with us on Google+, snap away on Instagram and share your inspiration on Pinterest.Or subscribe to our newsletter for weekly updates on the latest NB travel news.