Ar"Mu-uu" Geddon: Cow Riot in South AfricaBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/armu-uu-geddon-cow-riot-in-south-africa
Meek and kind cows, peacefully chewing grass, turn into a real bandit gang if they break out of their native stall. These rebels broke into the village, destroying everything in their path. What calm chicks can do when they feel the smell of freedom — see in our material.
A herd of cows staged a real coup in a small South African village after breaking free from a stall. Schoenmakerskop village is located near Port Elizabeth in South Africa. This picturesque place offers stunning views of the ocean.
59-year-old Luc Hosten, an employee of the bird sanctuary, witnessed the attack of robber cows on the village as he drove by. He managed to capture a group of animals frantically galloping through the village and destroying everything in their path.
Angry cows began to attack the villagers, and the local ranger had to disperse the animals by driving a jeepLuke took a lot of photos, but most of all he likes this shot, in which the bandits share the loot
The courage and cunning of these cows can be envied. When you are locked up for a long time, the air of freedom beckons and attracts. And when the barrier is destroyed, the rebellious spirit no longer recognizes any boundaries.
After all, every living being wants to follow its own path, doesn't it?