Man Taunts Bison in Yellowstone National Park, Gets What He Deserves

"Oh God, oh no, no, no, no, no."

Lindsey Jones shares a video of a bison charging a man taunting it. (Lindsey Jones/YouTube)
Lindsey Jones shares a video of a bison charging a man taunting it. (Lindsey Jones/YouTube)
By Diana Crandall / August 3, 2018 10:42 am

A bison repeatedly charged a man who was taunting it during a viral encounter in Yellowstone National Park, according to footage taken by park visitor Lindsey Jones.

“Oh God, oh no, no, no, no, no,” Jones can be heard saying on the video as the bison comes close to goring the aggressor.

Bison are responsible for injuring more people than any other animal in Yellowstone, according to SFGate. The animals can reportedly run three times faster than people, and are considered unpredictable, because they’re, well, wild.

Take a look at the encounter below.

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