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Horrific video of moment a man at Mt Isa runs into and then DRIVES OVER a bull on a quadbike

A horrifying video emerges of a man in a remote area first hitting a bull, then RUNS ON a quad bike

  • A farmer in Queensland has caused outrage for riding a bull in Mt Isa. has plowed
  • The farmer runs over the bull and jumps off his quad
  • People can laugh during the video and many label them as cruel
  • Major Organized Crime Squad Rural launches an investigation into the video

A Queensland farmer who ran into and run over a bull has sparked outrage with a video of the incident, sparking an investigation by the National Police.

The ranchers near Mount Isa in the far west of the state appeared to be on the hunt for a “scrub bull” – a bull that has gone wild and escaped a station and adapted to survive in a remote area. bushland area.

The clip shows a man with a modified quad driving into the bull and then continuing to ride over the beast even after it has been pushed more than 10 meters.

The farmer let his wheels grip the animal as he rode the quad over it, tipped the bike into a near-vertical position and threw the rider off.

The men in the video can be heard laughing after the quad is tilted upwards.

Daily Mail Australia learns that an investigation into the incident has been launched by the Cloncurry Major Organized Crime Squad division, which specializes in rural crime.

“There’s so much we don’t know and can’t deduce from the video – were they working on the site? Did they have any right to be on the property?’ a police officer on Mt Isa told the Daily Mail Australia.

The gruesome footage shows the quad driver plowing into the bull, rolling over and riding over it

The gruesome footage shows the quad driver plowing into the bull, rolling over and riding over it

Scrub bulls are notoriously tough and crabby, but catching them is usually done with modified cars and quads designed to raise one arm over the cow’s neck.

Captive scrub bulls are then ‘walked’ in the neck rig to a nearby tree or shrub before being tied up and their horns cut off.

The aggressive wild cattle are likely to attack the farmers and are often shot or recaptured.

The driver was criticized online for his bull-catching technique, believed to have been filmed on a site near Mt Isa in far west Queensland.

The driver was criticized online for his bull-catching technique, believed to have been filmed on a site near Mt Isa in far west Queensland.

The video shows the moment when the bull is rolled under the quad as both farmers in the video are laughing

The video shows the moment when the bull is rolled under the quad as both farmers in the video are laughing

The farmer was criticized on the internet after the images were made public.

Some viewers online called him “cruel,” while others threatened to return the favor.

‘That’s so cruel. I’m glad it was reported. Animals can feel pain just like he would if it were done to him,” one wrote.

“Every dog ​​has his day and he will have his own. Scumbag,” another commented.

“How cruel,” said a shocked person.

“Let me do it with him,” another requested.

Others came to the aid of the farmers by writing: ‘Like it or not, that’s how wild cattle are caught. They were wankers about this though, clearly not very well taught. But if you think there’s another way to stop a wild bull, go ahead and try it.’

Another quickly corrected that opinion, however.

“Full of rubbish, it’s not like that.”

One viewer labeled the couple’s behavior as un-Australian and said they had to come from abroad.

‘What a terrible person. People are just disgusting,” wrote one shocked user.

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