Tourists Stops Right Next To Large Yellowstone Bison, Promptly Gets His Tire Popped

Bison yellowstone

“I think you broke your tire.”

Gee, ya think?

These parks are home to many mistakes when it comes to wildlife. As tourists rush to the parks to get the chance to see these beautiful animals and sites, they often seem to leave common sense at the park entrances and make foolish decisions while being there.

Bison are majestic and powerful creatures that are an iconic symbol of the American West. An animal that can grow up to 2,000 pounds will pointy horns on its head is not one that anyone wants to cross.

These tourists thought they were safe while in their car.

A bison can be seen charging a car that was driving through Yellowstone National Park. The bison lowers its head and rams the car, causing one of the tires to blow out.

As the air leaves the tire, I can’t help but laugh.

The people in the car barely flinch as it happens as if it’s no big deal at all.

Now, they’re in a pickle. A popped tire only a few yards away from an angry bison is not the situation I want to be in.

Yellowstone National Park is home to a large population of bison, and visitors are reminded to stay at least 25 yards away from these animals at all times. Even though it’s plastered everywhere, people seem to constantly ignore.

Sometimes, payback is nice. In this case, it definitely is… a minor inconvenience because of a poor decision is a great lesson if these folks take one from it.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock