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Rogue bull charges highway cars in the GIF of the week
This Spanish bull is clearly seeing red.
When Spain’s historic Running of the Bulls festival closed Sunday, more than two dozen people had sustained injuries and at least one woman was reportedly in “grave condition” after she was impaled in the chest.
Yet as life began to return to normal in Madrid and Guadalajara, at least one bull wasn’t done wreaking havoc.
A Spanish bull got loose on the A-2 highway north of Guadalajara and began charging cars. The entire incident was caught on video and uploaded to YouTube, where it’s collected 38,000 views. La Informacion reports that no injuries were sustained.
H/T Daily Picks and Flicks | Photo by kozumel/Flickr
Fernando Alfonso III served as an early Reddit and 4chan reporter and the Daily Dot’s first art director until 2016. He’s gone on to report at Lexington’s Herald-Leader and at the Houston Chronicle.