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Bison Drags Woman by Her Pants in Wild Video

TMZ.com Friday, 14 August 2020
That home where the buffalo roam ain't as tranquil as it sounds in the song ... just ask this woman who got dragged around like a rodeo clown!!! The wild incident went down Wednesday at Custer State Park in South Dakota and you see the bison…
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News video: Camera-Shy Bison Rips Pants Off Nosy Photographer

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HuffPost reports a woman who got a little too comfortable with a herd of bison got viciously attacked by one of them. A group of motorcyclists was riding through South Dakota’s Custer State Park on Wednesday. However, the group was interrupted by a large herd of bison crossing the road. Footage...

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