Man Tried Getting On Ostrich But He Was Denied Access

Man Tried Getting On Ostrich But He Was Denied Access. One man by the name of Mark learnt a very tough lesson when he thought he was an animal whisperer.

It’s never a good idea to drink and try and interact with a wild animal. One man by the name of Mark learnt a very tough lesson when he thought he was an animal whisperer. A video recording of the man being attacked by an ostrich made rounds on the internet.

The video recording started with the man raising his right hand up to the ostrich. He was probably trying to distract the majestic bird. The bird was busy eating leaves; it then turned to the man and chased him. Mark cried hysterically when he tripped.

As he was trying to stand up, the majestic bird then tripped him and hit him with its feet. A friend of his then came to help him stand up. As the friend helped him stand up, the friend went back when he realised the ostrich was still chasing. When he was still chased by the ostrich, one of his other friends told him to get on the bakkie.

Users on Facebook were in stitches with what happened. One Facebook user said that in South Africa, drinking brandy and getting on ostriches are a good combination. The user said: “Only in SA brandy + ostrich = good times with friends. Or Mark that is lol.” Another user said men always want to experience something first before they can realise that its dangerous, he also joked about the group telling Mark to get on the bakkie.

The user said: “Us mens we love to experience with our own eyes mark mark get on the bakkie.” Another one made a joke about having a tame ostrich. The user said: “I’ve got the ostrich Martin. A very tame one ha ha.”

Video In Link Below:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2271193206542581&id=1803926386602601

by Alexandra Ramaite

Comments

comments

error:
Read previous post:
Randburg Baby critical after being found submerged in pool.

Netcare 911 responded to reports of a drowning at a residence in Puttick Avenue in Sundowner Randburg. Reports from the...

Close