Rampaging bull spits terribly French tourist at Spanish festival
Rampaging bull sends French tourists flying to Spanish festival, but he miraculously escapes unharmed
- French tourist watched the bull run festival in Calpe, in Valencia, Spain
- He saw a man swinging the animal from a raised platform
- Suddenly the animal turned around and rushed the street towards him
- Frenchman was thrown through the air and trampled by the furious beast
This is the moment when a young bull turns on its tormentors and throws a tourist through the air before trampling him at a Spanish festival.
The Frenchman watched from a wooden stand while a man with a long stick spurred on the beast during the & # 39; Bous al Carrer & # 39; festival in the city of Calpe, in the Valencia region.
Footage shows the swinging man who takes the horned animal out of the relative safety of a raised wooden platform while the crowd watches.
But instead of choosing the leader, the bull turns around and flies down the street to the unsuspecting tourist.
The bull throws the Frenchman into the air after he has stepped into the street from the wooden gallery in the city of Calpe for the festival & # 39; Bous al Carrer & # 39;
The angry animal hits the tourist under his waist and sends his body through the air
The bull turns away from the leader who leads the animal with a wooden stick from a raised platform
His broad head plows in the bystander below the waist and he is thrown through the air, his legs seem to hit the bull's horns when he falls to the ground.
Then the boisterous bull tramples over his victim while he tries to hit him again with his horns while the Frenchman climbs over the floor.
According to the municipality, the tourist escaped without serious injury.
The animal tries to make the tourist walk with his horns again before he tramples over his body
The bull runs away after letting the man crawl across the floor – luckily he escaped without broken bones
He was taken to the hospital in the nearby town of Denia, where a doctor confirmed that he had not broken any bones, the Calpe municipality spokeswoman said.
The spokeswoman added: & # 39; Another injury was reported on the same day at the festival, but was not caught with the camera.
& # 39; The security measures are fine and no other problem has been registered. & # 39;
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