Bull tramples boy in India as his big brother tries to kick it away

Terrifying moment rampaging bull tramples little boy as his big brother tries to kick it away before locals lob bricks at the animal and drive it off

  • The boys held hands as they walked down road in Rewari district, Haryana, India
  • Younger child became scared of group of four bulls and started moving away
  • One bull pushed him over, trampling him; elder brother was headbutted by it
  • Locals shooed animals away; amazingly, the boys suffered only minor injuries 

A stray bull went on the rampage in India, trampling on a little boy as his elder brother tried to fend off the beast.

Footage shows the pair holding hands as they walk down a road in Rewari district in Haryana on August 6.

The younger child suddenly becomes scared of a group of four bulls and begins to walk away – at which point one of the animals runs after him.

The bull then pushes him to the ground and tramples on him as his sibling tries to kick it away – but he is headbutted and also falls over.

A bull suddenly charges at two young brothers who were holding hands as they walked down a road in Rewari district in Haryana, northern India, on August 6

The younger sibling had become spooked by the animals and started to walk away when one of them attacked him

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

The bull knocks the little boy to the ground and then headbutts his brother who is trying to fend it off

As the little boy cowers, his brother gets up and again tries to shoo the creature away.

Suddenly, the other bulls race over, whereupon one of them also attacks the small child.

A group of locals quickly intervene and begin throwing bricks at the bulls in an effort to make them leave.

Eventually, the animals run away and the young boy can be seen being pulled off the ground by his brother before being picked up and carried away.

Moments later – after another bull joins in the attack – some men intervene and start throwing bricks at the animals to drive them away

Miraculously, the two brothers escaped with only minor injuries.

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.

According to local reports, there have been an increased number of attacks by bulls in the state, with more stray bulls strolling the city streets.

Three days before the incident, the local MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) Chiranjeev Rao had suggested transporting the animals to a farm.

Despite this, the city council officials have turned a blind eye to the problems faced by the locals.

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