Saturday, May 31, 2003

Wild Bull Storms Into Yemeni Parliament
SAN'A, Yemen - A raging bull stormed the opening session of the Yemen's newly elected legislature Saturday and injured three people.

The bull's owners had intended to slaughter it as a protest against one of the lawmakers but the animal broke free as it was being unloaded from a van in front of the building.
The bull had more intelligence than the owners.
With armed security and parliamentary staff in chase, the bull barged into the legislative chamber where hundreds of lawmakers were sitting, then ran back out onto the street, where it charged into a Russian tourist walking by at the time.

She was hospitalized in intensive care. A parliamentary employee and a child also were injured in the rampage, which ended with police shooting the bull.
I wonder if Yemeni police also shoot the bull at donut shops?