Zimbabwe: Polish Hunter Sues After Failing to Bag Elephant A Polish businessman is suing a travel agency after he failed to find elephants to shoot whilst hunting in Zimbabwe. Waldemar I. (name withheld under Polish law) from Bytow in the Pomerania region in northern Poland, had long dreamt of hunting elephants in the African bush. In a bid to fulfil his fantasy, he enlisted the help of hunting specialists Jaworski Jagreisen, a German-based firm that also organises trips in pursuit of Polish bison. The company organised a trip for Waldemar I. to Zimbabwe, and the huntsman was picked up in Harare by staff from the Mopani Safaris company. However, the adventure was not to be a success. “They took me to a terrain where there simply weren't any elephants,” he told the Rzeczpospolita daily. “The bagging of trophies was simply out of the question.” The head of Jaworski Jagreisen was in court in Poznan on Tuesday, where he argued that “the terrain is difficult and hilly, but elephants are present.” “From what I know, Waldemar I. would have seen their dung,” he added. The case has been adjourned until 15 February. The plaintiff is hoping to secure 32,000 zl (8,000 euros) from the company to cover his safari costs.