Animal-Rights Activists Angered as Video of Bull Attacking Zorb Footballers Goes Viral

The controversial video has over 24 million views on Facebook...


Sometimes America can be a ridiculous country; something most reasonable Americans are more than aware of.

We could generate a big list of examples to back up the argument above, as is traditionally done, but it would either start or end with Donald Trump, which would in turn remind us how much of a mess the United Kingdom is in itself at the moment, and make us get all sulky, roll up in a corner with a cup of tea and cry.

So we’re not going to do that.

But another reason we’re not going to do that is because once you’ve seen the video below there’ll be no reason to exemplify Murica any further. It’s freakin’ ridiculous. It’s a bunch of absolute morons trying to play zorb football at the Waconia Minnesota Professional Rodeo while getting attacked by an angry, and possibly provoked, bull.

Thing is, once you’ve gotten over the utter bewilderment which comes with this video, and the stupidity of anyone who could play it, it’s actually pretty disturbing.

The video has been seen by over 24 million people on Facebook and animal rights activists have quite rightly been raising concerns over the welfare of the bull involved.

The main arguments focus around the use of any animal for entertainment such as this and some activists even raising concerns that the band that can be seen around the back of the bull is there to crush its midsection and genitals and encourage it to attack the ‘players’.

We’re not sure how much of this is true as there is little information about the video online, but this strikes us as a whole new level of stupidity.

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