Man escapes dramatically after being trampled by fighting bulls

  • 6 years ago
This is the moment a man gets run over by two stray bulls locked in a ferocious fight.

The incident occurred in Fatehabad in Haryana, India, on July 20.

CCTV footage shows two men retrieving their bikes cautiously to avoid the two bulls, which are fighting in the vicinity.

But a third man, who has no idea about the fighting bulls, parks his bike in the same spot vacated by the two men.

The bulls charge, knocking down his bike and throwing him to the ground.

“Getting trampled over by these 500-kg animals can be fatal. The man was incredibly lucky as the hooves of both the animals missed him by inches.”

The man got up in a daze and took shelter in a nearby house and waited for the bulls to settle their matter before going away.

Though the bulls trample him, the man escapes with only a few scratches.

Attacks by stray cattle on streets have become a huge problem, especially in many Indian cities.

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is staunchly opposed to the slaughter of cows, which are worshipped by Hindus.

Vigilante Hindu mobs attack anyone found transporting cows and sometimes even bulls.

Farmers, who earlier used to sell their ageing cattle to butchers, now abandon them in nearby cities, where they become a hazard to passing vehicles and pedestrians.