Police shoot raging bulls after rampage

POLICE shot dead two rampaging bulls after they broke free from their container and left a trail of carnage in a scenic town.

POLICE shot dead two rampaging bulls after they broke free from their container and left a trail of carnage in a scenic town.

The “irate and aggressive” animals escaped and charged through the town, hurling one man in the air and leaving another hanging over rocks after he scaled a wall to flee their angry advances.

The drama unfolded in the Castle Hill are of Tenby in West Wales at around 10am yesterday.

Local police were forced to throw a makeshift steel barrier around the beasts and cordoned off the area before executing them.


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Paul Edmundson, a 25-year-old local barman, was one of the victims of the rampage - he suffered minor cuts and bruises after being tossed into a hedge.

Officers had to rescue another man who jumped a wall to evade the raging beasts, only to find himself left hanging precariously over rocks.

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