View Full Version : Crazy People Injured By Animals
01-26-2009, 04:29 PM
AKA shit that's kinda funny on shockumentaries.
I know this is insensitive, because sometimes the footage can be kind of harrowing, but I have absolutely NO sympathy for some dumbass that jumps into a tiger cage, or some abusive Carnival worker getting taken out by an elephant. When dealing with wild animals, they WILL ACT WILD, and I don't blame the animals for reacting. Now I'm not saying I'm glad these people died, not at all. But, I can't say I blame the animal or that they (the humans involved) weren't responsible for their own injury.
Now for the actual funny shit...my favorite being the footage of the redneck rodeo guy who got attacked by a bull and ended up depantsed by it; It cracked me up. Insensitive? yes. Would it have happened if the Roy Rogers-wannabe hadn't have tried to ride a bull? Nope. No sympathy, and I laughed.
Also in this category are idiots who run with the bulls (while onlookers spear and torture the poor animal) and bullfights.
Anyone agree? Or am I just going to get called sick? :D
01-26-2009, 04:32 PM
I'm with ya on this. I like seeing the animals turn the tables. The sad thing is that if they are animals in captivity they are almost always sure to be put down because of it.
My favs are one of an elephant backing up on a guy cleaning his cage so the guy's head goes up his ass, and a deer that goes apeshit on a hunter beating the fuck out of him with his hooves. I think the dumbass hunter had dowsed himself withe that pheromone stuff that attracts deers to help him hunt and got screwed because of it.
01-26-2009, 04:38 PM
Animals being put down for acting like animals is one of the most ridiculous concepts I've ever heard. Every single one of these incidents could be avoided if A. They stopped abusing captive WILD animals and B. They stopped taking wild animals out of their habitat and placing them in captivity for human enjoyment. It's not the animal's fault.
The dude's head stuck in the elephant's ass is CLASSIC.
01-27-2009, 06:58 AM
I particularly like this one. Look at this dumbfuck totally disregard the power and speed of this caged lion, and pay the price -- AS HE SHOULD:
01-28-2009, 06:36 AM
I was watching one of those ''most shocking'' video clip shows on Spike TV (the one narrated by Stacy Keach), and they had a pretty wild clip that went something like this: There's a rodeo. The cowboys have set up a poker table in the middle of the arena. They invite a middle aged lady out of the audience to participate in what I suppose was meant to be a ''comical skit''. The lady, along with three other cowboys, is seated at the table and told to hold a hand of cards and remain perfectly still. Then, the insanity begins. Because off to the right of the arena, a couple of cow hands release a (very angry) bull into the ring. The bull charges out to where everyone is sitting at the card table and stops for a moment, seemingly puzzled as to why everybody isn't freaking out, he snorts, walks around them for a while, Then the bull gets PISSED. He proceeds to tear up the card table with his horns.....then the cowboys. A rodeo clown runs in to lead the lady out of danger, but an unfortunate cowboy is flipped high into the air by the bull, hitting the ground with a hard thud. Meanwhile, the lady is returned to the audience, safe and sound. The onlookers are visibly horrified, fearing that the bull may charge into the audience. Thankfully, it doesn't. The rodeo clowns are able to corale the bull, preventing it from hurting anyone else. Then, the jaw-dropping gross out. The cowboy that was flipped over by the bull slowly rises to his feet, trying to collect himself, taking inventory of his body. From the angle he's being filmed, it appears that apart from being shaken up, he's alright. But then, he turns to look at the camera, and you see that half of his forehead is hanging off his skull in a bloody flap. Stacy Keach informs us that he lived, but required a lot of stitches. I hate to admit this, but I laughed my ass off when I first saw this footage. I just can't imagine why the rodeo promoters would ever ask for an inexperienced audience member to participate in something that's dangerous for experienced rodeo cowboys. Not to mention that the whole thing is reckless and stupid to begin with.
01-28-2009, 03:22 PM
There is nothing more satisfying than seeing someone get fucked up by a bull. Good riddance!
01-28-2009, 10:54 PM
I always wildly cheer on the animals in these "animal attacks" type specials. They're awesome!
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