Horror at Spanish festival where live animals are set on fire: Protesters clash with police in bid to stop cruel tradition

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  • The Joy of the Bull – or Toro de Jubilo – is one of the ‘cultural’ highlights of Medinaceli village, northeast of Madrid
  •  Every year a young bull is dragged into a ring before its body is covered with mud to protect it from burns
  •  Participants then strap wooden stakes doused in flammable chemicals to its horns, and set it on fire
  •  Fiercely hot sparks and embers drip from the burning torches onto the animal as men torment it to prove bravery

From Hell: Writhing and snorting in a demonic rage, a burning bull charges from the darkness as if sent from the depths of Hell

From Hell: Writhing and snorting in a demonic rage, a burning bull charges from the darkness as if sent from the depths of Hell

Entertainment: This is not some apocalyptic vision of medieval folklore, but the Spanish festival where live bulls are set on fire and sent to charge about a village's streets for entertainment

Entertainment: This is not some apocalyptic vision of medieval folklore, but the Spanish festival where live bulls are set on fire and sent to charge about a village’s streets for entertainment

Disturbing: New images have emerged of this annual Spanish bull burning festival which animal rights campaigners are demanding be banned
Disturbing: New images have emerged of this annual Spanish bull burning festival which animal rights campaigners are demanding be banned
'Cultural': The Joy of the Bull - or Toro Jubilo festival - is one of the 'cultural' highlights of the entertainment calendar for residents in the Medieval village of Medinaceli, in the province of Soria, north east of Madrid

‘Cultural’: The Joy of the Bull – or Toro Jubilo festival – is one of the ‘cultural’ highlights of the entertainment calendar for residents in the Medieval village of Medinaceli, in the province of Soria, north east of Madrid

The Joy of the Bull – or Toro Jubilo festival – is one of the ‘cultural’ highlights of the entertainment calendar for residents in the Medieval village of Medinaceli, in the province of Soria, north east of Madrid.

Fonte: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2837537/Horror-live-animals-set-fire-Spanish-festival-Protesters-clash-police-bid-stop-cruel-tradition.html#ixzz3WC1b2uSz

 

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