- A man who attempted to referee a bull fight ended up being flung into the air
- In a show of strength two bulls began to lock horns in the road in Korba, India
- The referee was pushed into the midst of the fight by a another man
Call it bravery or stupidity but when this man tried to referee a bull fight the inevitable happened – he was flung into the air and crash-landed on the ground.
The referee was hurled out of the way by one of the bulls who was mid-way through a fight against a rival bull.
In a show of strength two bulls began to lock horns in the road in Korba, Chhattisgarh when the man was pushed into the scuffle by another.
Two bulls were spotted fighting in the middle of the street in Korba, Chhattisgarh
Rather than backing away he tried to officiate the match but almost inevitably one of the fighters launched him into the air.
The man crash-landed on the tar road, looking shocked and humiliated, before stepping back.
A cattle owner is fined up to INR 1,000 for letting their animals loose in the streets.
One man was pushed into the midst of the fight by his friend and rather than backing away he began to referee the match
However almost inevitably the man was flung into the air by one of the bulls who did not appreciate the disruption
In the last three months, 600 such domestic animals were captured by the civic body, which recovered INR 2 lacs in cash penalty from defaulters.
But nothing makes much difference because cattle owners let their cattle roam freely, so that they can eat the grass and leaves around costing the owners less food for the cattle.
Such acts increase the vulnerability of children and people hit by the cattle and endanger their lives.
The man crash-landed on the tar road, looking shocked and humiliated, before stepping back