Woman Taunts An Elephant With A Banana, Gets Tossed Around Like A Rag Doll


Don’t pick a fight you can’t win. And you’re not going to win a fight with an elephant.

Despite their size, elephants are generally gentle creatures. Elephants stand 10-13 feet tall and can weigh upwards of 15,000 lbs, but they’re actually sensitive and caring animals.

Unless of course you’re taunting them…and then all bets are off, as this woman learned the hard way.

Video shows the dramatic incident, which reportedly took place at an elephant sanctuary in India, where a woman is holding a banana out in front of an elephant, taunting the massive mammal and moving the food every time the elephant tries to go in for a bite.

Well it should go without saying but maybe teasing an elephant isn’t the best idea…

The woman quickly learns her lesson when the elephant loses its patience and uses its trunk to toss her aside like a rag doll, knocking her to the ground as stunned onlookers scramble to help.

There’s no word on whether the woman was injured by the sudden attack, but many responses to the post didn’t have much sympathy for her…

I hope she learned her lesson after that one…

Woman Killed By Elephant, It Shows Up At Her Funeral And Tramples Her Body Again

This might be the wildest story of a revenge tour for absolutely zero purpose I’ve ever heard.

According to The New York Post, a 70-year-old woman was trampled and killed by an elephant in eastern India…

Only for the elephant to return and trample her corpse at her funeral.

The wild story comes out of Odisha state, where Maya Murmu was drawing water from a well when the elephant came storming in and trampled her. The elephant reportedly escaped from the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary which is nearly 124 miles away.

The elephant was long way from home…

After Murmu was trampled, she was rushed to a hospital where she eventually died from her injuries.

However, it gets even worse.

According to local reports, the elephant returned, this time at Murmu’s funeral, taking hold of the body and flinging it around before stomping on her again.

All the family could do was proceed to funeral rituals once the rampaging elephant had left.

I mean, I knew elephants can be dangerous, but this is whole different kind of evil.

Someone needs to take this maniac down…

Drunk Yellowstone Visitor Harasses Cow Elk Until She Embarrasses Him

They just don’t stop…

Everywhere you look there’s a different video coming from Yellowstone National Park that shows someone who thinks they know something about wildlife. Time and time again they think it’s the right decision to approach an animal that weighs two to three times more, in some cases even five times.

They should just have their own network that air morons of Yellowstone 24/7.

Enjoy the views from afar and remember that these roads were built to enjoy these great things safely and not to bug the ever-living hell out of an animal that can, and will, run you over.

Whether it’s a bison, elk or grizzly bear, these people just don’t get it. Even with the countless signs and warnings along with park rangers constantly telling them how to act safely.

At this point, it’s just sad…

However, I still get enjoyment out of seeing one of these fools panic when their plan goes terribly wrong. I’m not saying I want to see someone get hurt, even though it’s bound to happen. But, it’s hilarious seeing the fear go through them when they realize this isn’t a petting zoo animal.

A cow elk can weigh up to 600 pounds. Why would a person want to be standing next to a wild creature that is this large is completely beyond me?

This fella, who according to the headline in the video was a bit overserved, found that out as he approached a cow elk grazing her way through town. The tourist goes up and gets a cart between him and the cow and he almost seems to be trying to get the animal all worked up.

He dances around trying to keep something between them, but the elk doesn’t appreciate how close he is. As steps out from behind his safety, the cow elk takes a short step towards him and that’s enough to make the man realize what could happen here. And as he begins to run, he hits the ground… hard.

The elk knows she’s done enough and runs away from the moron, who gets back up, embarrassed at that act of buffoonery.

I hope it scared him enough to make him realize how stupid this was.

Drunk Guy Bothering Bison Wanted “One Last Hurrah” Before He Went To Rehab

It can’t get anymore stupid than this, can it?

I mean, it’s one thing to walk right up to one these wild animals, it’s a whole other ballpark to walk out and try to actually challenge one. I’m sorry but you don’t stand a chance and this bison has the ability to run you over, pick you up, and do it again.

The video starts with an adult bison walking through busy traffic in Yellowstone National Park. Just another day at the park, lots of people, lots of wildlife. But there always seems to be one in a crowd…

You notice a man get out of his vehicle and start to walk to the bison, which at this point has walked off the road. He begins to put his arms out and do what can only be described as a challenge.

The bison immediately takes notice and runs right up to the man. He gives a fair warning but the stupid man puts his arms out and taunts the massive animal again!

The big fella charges fast this time, but somehow, the man slips his charge.

But he doesn’t stop.

The bison though, proves to be far smarter. He realizes the dumb man isn’t worth the energy and calmly walks away as if to say “I could kill, but you’re not worth it”.

However, according to NCB News, the man went to jail for the stunt.

Oregon man Raymond Reinke was sentenced to 130 days in jail for drunkenly harassing a bison that had stopped traffic on a Yellowstone National Park roadway.

He reportedly justified his drunken behavior by stating that he and a buddy were on a road trip to celebrate “one last hurrah” before he entered an alcohol treatment program.

After his 15 minutes of fame from the viral video was up, he was sentenced to 60 days in jail for harassing wildlife, 60 days for interfering with law enforcement and 10 days for disorderly conduct. He was given credit for 21 days served.

He was also banned from Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Glacier national parks for a five-year probationary period during which he is not allowed to drink alcohol.

Reinke reportedly told the judge”

“I’m sorry to the buffalo. He didn’t deserve what I did to him.”

The judge replied:

“You’re lucky the bison didn’t take care of it, and you’re standing in front of me.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock