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Italian man accidentally shoots father his father while they hunt pigs in Italy

Man accidentally shoots his father to death while they were hunting pigs on Italy after being startled by a & # 39; rustling sound & # 39;

  • Martino Gaudioso, 55, was shot in the gut by his son, 34, near Salerno in Italy
  • The son said he heard a rustle in the bush, thought it was a pig, and shot
  • Authorities grabbed their guns because the area was a protected natural area
  • Minister called for a hunting ban after the number of hunters was accidentally shot

An Italian man accidentally shot his father while they were hunting for a shocked sound after a & # 39; rustling sound & # 39 ;.

According to media reports, the man confused his father for a wild boar during a hunting expedition in southern Italy.

Martino Gaudioso, 55, was shot in the stomach by his 34-year-old son as they pursued their prey separately through thick foliage in Sicignano degli Alburni, near Salerno, in a national park area banned for hunters, reports the reports.

The man's son hears a rustle and saw a shadow in a nearby bush when he fired a shot. The bullet struck his father, Martino Gaudioso, 55, in the belly that later killed him.

The man's son hears a rustle and saw a shadow in a nearby bush when he fired a shot. The bullet struck his father, Martino Gaudioso, 55, in the belly that later killed him.

The 34-year-old saw a shadow and heard bushes rustling when he fired a shot.

The shot found the man's father and hit him in the lower abdomen. The man sought help and tried to keep his father alive, but doctors couldn't save him when they arrived.

The police grabbed the two guns while the men hunted in a protected area, forbidden to hunters.

The Italian Environment Minister called for a nationwide ban on hunting after the death of an 18-year-old after being confused with a bear in October.

Two months ago another 67-year-old hunter was found dead in the forest after he accidentally shot himself in the head.

Michela Vittoria Brambilla, leader of the national animal defense competition, beat the transformation of the forests and countryside of Italy into a & # 39; wild west & # 39; closed and called for stricter penalties for manslaughter.

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