Bull that gored man in Sentul was caught within 24 hours, say cops


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  • Sunday, 24 Jul 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: A bull, which went off on its own misadventure, was caught within 24 hours after it caused much drama.

The animal, which escaped from a mosque on June 24, started its morning by goring an 81-year-old man who was standing in front of his house in Bandar Menjalara.

The man ended up in a hospital with a fractured spine and other injuries.

"The bull was found the next day around 1km away from the scene. It was then returned to the mosque," said Sentul OCPD Asst Comm Beh Eng Lai when contacted on Sunday (July 24) for an update on the case.

ACP Beh said the man had also been discharged from the hospital since then.

After the attack, the bull was also captured on video, showing it going after a lorry driver along the Middle Ring Road 2 heading towards Sungai Buloh.

The lorry driver had attempted to catch hold of the bull.

According to a previous news report, the man managed to tie the bull to an electrical pole but it escaped and began hurtling towards Sungai Buloh.

Prior to the bull's "rampage", there was a police report that a bull had escaped from a mosque compound near Kampung Selayang Lama.

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