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Masked villains on quads chase saboteurs from hunting as they shout abuse at them

Threatening images show that hunting saboteurs are being threatened and driven away by masked pro-hunt quads.

The saboteur group had followed the Avon Vale Hunt on Saturday afternoon after spotting various riders.

Video filmed from the Land Rover of the hunting sabers shows a group of people standing in front of the vehicle watching the yacht as it drove away.

The saboteur group had followed the Avon Vale Hunt on Saturday afternoon after spotting various riders. Pictured: one of the pro hunters

The saboteur group had followed the Avon Vale Hunt on Saturday afternoon after spotting various riders. Pictured: one of the pro hunters

The saboteur group had followed the Avon Vale Hunt on Saturday afternoon after spotting various riders

The saboteur group had followed the Avon Vale Hunt on Saturday afternoon after spotting various riders

The saboteur group had followed the Avon Vale Hunt on Saturday afternoon after spotting various riders

A red quad rode in the direction of the hunting sabs' car and avoided a close collision

A red quad rode in the direction of the hunting sabs' car and avoided a close collision

A red quad rode in the direction of the hunting sabs’ car and avoided a close collision

The quad, without license plates, stopped next to the Land Rover and two masked men climbed off and started banging against the windows and shouting at the sabs to “bite off”

A hunter in a red jacket can be seen in the images that drive past the hunting sabs car and tell them: “Your worst nightmare has just surfaced.”

Seconds later, the encounter became hostile – while a red quad rushed to the hunting sab’s car, barely preventing him from crashing into it.

The quad, without license plates, stopped next to the Land Rover and two masked men climbed off and started banging against the windows and shouting at the sabs to “go off.”

And as the hunting sabers begin to drive away, the masked men jump back on their quads and chase them – continuing their intimidation for almost two minutes while they drive.

As the hunting sabers begin to drive away, the masked men jump back on their quads and chase them - continuing their intimidation for almost two minutes while they drive

As the hunting sabers begin to drive away, the masked men jump back on their quads and chase them - continuing their intimidation for almost two minutes while they drive

As the hunting sabers begin to drive away, the masked men jump back on their quads and chase them – continuing their intimidation for almost two minutes while they drive

The Bath Hunt Sabs group said that the meeting that took place near the village of Atworth, Wiltshire, made them feel “unsafe” – but they think they know the identity of the two masked men

The Bath Hunt Sabs group said the meeting, which took place near the village of Atworth, Wiltshire, made them feel “unsafe” – but they believe they know the identity of the two masked men.

A spokesperson for the group said: ‘They act as private criminals for a number of different hunting groups in the area.

“The men on the quad have verbally abused and threatened us. They tried to open the doors of our vehicle and smash the windows.

“They told one of the male sabs to get out of the vehicle. He didn’t do that.

“We felt unsafe, so when we saw that the dogs were being packed, it was decided to leave the area.”

The sabs group said they had initially driven to disrupt a pheasant shooting on Colerne Air Base on Saturday morning near Chippenham, seven miles from Atworth. The group drove back to Bath, Somerset, when they saw the hunt and the intimidation began

The sabs group said they had initially driven to disrupt a pheasant shooting on Colerne Air Base on Saturday morning near Chippenham, seven miles from Atworth. The group drove back to Bath, Somerset, when they saw the hunt and the intimidation began

The sabs group said they had initially driven to disrupt a pheasant shooting on Colerne Air Base on Saturday morning near Chippenham, seven miles from Atworth. The group drove back to Bath, Somerset, when they saw the hunt and the intimidation began

The spokesperson for the group said: “There were about 20 horses in the field, two or three red coats and numerous supporting vehicles present, some with young children and toddlers present”

The sabs group said they had initially driven to disrupt a pheasant shooting on Colerne Air Base on Saturday morning near Chippenham, seven miles from Atworth.

The group drove back to Bath, Somerset, when they saw the hunt.

The spokesperson for the group said: “There were about 20 horses in the field, two or three red coats and numerous supporting vehicles present, some with young children and toddlers present.

“One support vehicle blocked the public road to prevent us from passing, pedestrians also blocked the road and other hunters supported abuse.”

The Bath Hunt Sabs spokesperson added: “The members of the hunt were initially pretty shy around us.

“But when the hired” idiots “arrived to try and intimidate us, they became very excited and told us that our” worst nightmare “had just arrived.

The video footage, filmed on both sides of the Land Rover, shows the menacing masked men jumping from their quads and flanking the car, thumping violently against the windows

The video footage, filmed on both sides of the Land Rover, shows the menacing masked men jumping from their quads and flanking the car, thumping violently against the windows

The video footage, filmed on both sides of the Land Rover, shows the menacing masked men jumping from their quads and flanking the car, thumping violently against the windows

The video footage, filmed on both sides of the Land Rover, shows how the menacing masked men jump off their quads and flank the car, banging violently against the windows.

When the Land Rover started to drive away, the quad riders followed, the windows and the side of the car kept banging and shouting at the sabs inside.

Their pursuit barely saw the quad riders avoid a cyclist on the country road, climb the grassy bank along the Land Rover and at some point even drive into the side of the Land Rover.

After almost two minutes of chase, the motorcyclists stopped and the hunters left the scene.

The group did not report the incident, as a spokesperson said, “The police never do anything about this kind of behavior.”

A Wiltshire police spokesperson said, “We would always encourage people to report incidents and give us as much information as possible so we can investigate.”

MailOnline has contacted the Avon Vale Hunt for comments.

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