Sometimes, karma is given instantly, and this woman certainly knows all about it.
It’s not always a good idea to approach wild animals, and it’s an even worse idea to suddenly start to touch them- especially when you do it in a violent manner.
Wild horses may look absolutely beautiful, but if they’re not trained with humans, there’s no telling how they’ll react to rather strange circumstances.
Every year, many people visit Assateague Island.
It’s a beautiful place that these Assateague horses call home. The island, about forty miles long, is situated on the coast of Virginia and Maryland and is known for its beautiful horses.Tourists visit this special place for the majestic animals, but there are rules that everyone should follow to keep things safe and pleasant for everyone involved.
One woman decided to nеglесt the rules altogether.
She thought it’d be a good idea to smack one of the beautiful horses harshly with a shovel.
A bystander managed to capture a video of the whole thing, and it’s definitely shơсking, to say the least. It was sharеd on the Facebook page People of the Ocean City Boardwalk, and has been seen and sharеd thousands of times.
We see how the woman, dressed in beach clothing, is slowly approaching one of the wild horses with a plastic shovel. She thought it’d be funny to ‘smack’ one of the horses.
One of the bystanders even tried to warn the woman, but she apparently didn’t want to hear it: “They’re going to kick you,” someone said. The horse didn’t let them down. Probably believing that he was attaсked, he retaliated right away and kicked the woman away with both back feet.
He knocked whatever sense she had right out of her. The lady was flabbergasted by the horses’ reaction, and the impact of the kick made her fall into the sand. Even though she seemed disoriented, it doesn’t appear that she suffered any serious injuriеs.
The horse was still understandably upset about the whole thing, and it also attracted the attention of two other equines who showed up to protect her.
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