Russian Trainer Attacked By 600 Pound Bear Midshow
The shocking footage shows a crazy circus bear raging his trainer just meters from horrified children while families run away in fear. The acting bear plays wildly in a Russian circus ring and attacks the man while the children scream in fear. The footage begins with the brown bear being forced to push a wheelbarrow as it walks on its hind legs. But the muzzle animal suddenly turns on his coach, pushes him down and jumps on top of him. Children who sit only a few feet away – with no protective barrier – scream as another circus employee repeatedly starts up the bear while crushing his colleague. When the 600-pound animal could not be stopped, it was electrocuted and electrocuted when the audience fled to the only exit in the circus tent.00:02 / 00:30When the 600-pound animal could not be stopped, it was electrocuted and electrocuted when the audience fled to the only exit in the circus tent.It was assumed that the bear’s trainer was injured but the local media were not informed of his condition. The mother of a Galina Gurieva, 27, who was shooting the agonizing scene in the city of Olonets in northeastern Russia, said, “My knees are still shaking.I was shocked that given the size of the bear, there was no fence for the safety of the spectators. Another circus visitor said the crowd thought it was part of the script first. But when the assistant started kicking the bear and pulling out the shocker, the panic set in, “they said on social media. The people got up and ran to the exit. After the bear was shocked, the animal is said to have been in a “racing state in the arena that scares people.”The bear was the main attraction in the Ans Tent Circus and this performance was billed as “Bugbein and wheelbarrow”.We were expecting cute boys and they brought a huge grizzly terminator with them. They did not protect children and adults from possible attacks, “said a father who visited the circus. Police and security officials investigate. Walking circuses with live animal performances are still popular in Russia despite growing campaigns for bans or restrictions at such events. A lion was filmed earlier this year to frightened spectators at another show in neighboring Ukraine when he raped a coach.