Footage shows criminals who hit a bull and spit in the face during the despicable Peruvian festival
Yobs even harass fearful bulls and spit in one face before forcing the animals to run through whimpering crowds as part of the annual festival in Peru – which was banned in 2014
- Animal Defenders International (ADI) campaigners made recordings in Ayacucho
- Video shows bulls being dragged through the streets of the Peruvian city
- Several bulls were involved in the festival, which was officially banned in 2014
This is the shocking moment that a bull is beaten and dragged through the streets of a city in Peru during a barbarian festival that was officially banned five years ago.
Images of activists from the Animal Defenders International (ADI) reveal that despite the embargo the cruel & # 39; Jalatoro & # 39; festival is still taking place in Ayacucho, Peru.
In the film, the terrified animal is dragged through the streets of the provincial town for hundreds of turns.
One of the participants can be seen by spitting a fluid in the bull's face to try to make it move
In 2014, the authorities in Huamanga Province, Ayacucho, officially banned the & # 39; Jalatoro & # 39; parties
The bull tries to resist when it is dragged from a truck, with ropes around its horns, into the drunken crowd.
Beer is then poured over it and water is sprayed into his face to try to make the bull move.
Pulled by a rider on horseback, the tortured animal walks in trees and other obstacles while trying to escape.
Several bulls reportedly had a similar fate and horses were also seen as they scrapped and fell in the cobblestone streets of the city.
Jan Creamer, president of ADI: "It is sickening and embarrassing humanity to see such barbaric violence and abuse on a terrified, innocent animal.
& # 39; ADI urges the Peruvian authorities to take action now and put an end to this cruel and shameful event once and for all. & # 39;
The animal was tied around its horns with a rope and forced into the streets by a man on horseback
Hundreds of hecklers could be seen scowling the beast as it makes its way through the streets of the city
In 2014, the authorities in Huamanga Province, Ayacucho, banned these cruel & # 39; Jalatoro & # 39; parties that were held during Easter.
But they just continued under the name & # 39; Pascua Toro & # 39 ;.
Historically associated with a symbolic gift for the poor, this modern festival has been associated with a level of brutality that has no place in civilized society.
In 2017, the & # 39; Pascua Toro & # 39; canceled after a bull had made an amok, injuring several people, including a police officer.
Last year it was stopped by the public prosecutor after abusing four animals and injuring eight people.
Prior to the 2018 event, ADI and local campaigners received death and the police advised them not to visit; nevertheless, they have documented the unacceptable and shameful suffering of these animals and have returned this year.
Other animals also suffered the same fate, including various bulls and a number of injured horses
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