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Bull charges into a house to escape fight and sends the occupants dashing for safety in India

Terrifying moment crazed bull charges into a house to escape fight and sends the occupants dashing for safety in India

  • Bull was spotted fighting with rival in the streets of the Abohar District, Punjab
  • It turns to flee and is chased into local house, startling five men working inside
  • Bull thrashes around as men flee before leaving once  the coast is clear 

Dramatic footage captured the moment a crazed bull stormed into a home in India, causing workers to flee as the confused bovine wrecked their house. 

CCTV from outside shows the animal fighting another bull in the streets of the Abohar District, in Punjab, last Thursday before he decided to flee the battle. 

As the other bull chased him, the black-and-white bovine ran into a nearby house where five men can be seen working. 

The group quickly fled the scene, some faster than others, as the bull smashed through the room. 

After a few seconds, the crazed bull can be seen carefully making his way out of the house with its rival nowhere to be found. 

Moments after the bull departs, the men can be seen re-entering the house to trying to clean things up as other residents stop by to help.

The black-and-white bull charged into the house, thrashing about as workers desperately tried to flee its rampage in the streets of the Abohar District, in Punjab, India

The crazed bull had been spotted having a fight with a fellow bovine outside the street, where it seemed to be overpowered and had been chased into the house

The crazed bull had been spotted having a fight with a fellow bovine outside the street, where it seemed to be overpowered and had been chased into the house

As the final man staggers to escape from the bull, the bovine waits inside the home until the coast is clear and then carefully exits the home

As the final man staggers to escape from the bull, the bovine waits inside the home until the coast is clear and then carefully exits the home

This is not the first time a stray bull has caused trouble in the district as one killed a 20-year-old rag-picker in April, according to the Tribune India. 

Last year, a bull was caught on video trampling a little boy walking with his brother in the Rewari district, in Haryana. 

Miraculously, the two brothers escaped with only minor injuries.

As the boys retreat, the bull continues its attack. Sources suggest the bull which was standing calmly at the corner of the street was agitated by the yellow shirt  the younger boy was wearing

As the boys retreat, the bull continues its attack. Sources suggest the bull which was standing calmly at the corner of the street was agitated by the yellow shirt  the younger boy was wearing

Sources suggest the bull which was standing calmly at the corner of the street was agitated by the yellow shirt one of the brothers was wearing. 

There have been serval protests in both regions to urge officials to do something about these violent, stray bulls.  

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