Escaped Bull Terrorizes Texas State Campus

Learning about livestock took on new meaning at Texas State University when a bull wandered onto the campus.

Fortunately, nobody was hurt when the bull was seen roaming the grounds of the school in San Marcos, Texas.

TSU issued a “loose livestock” emergency alert. An all-clear advisory was issued shortly after 10:30 a.m. CDT that Wednesday when the bull, according to school authorities, was no longer the Biggest Texan (Bull) on campus.

The animal was captured that afternoon in a neighborhood near the university and returned to a livestock trailer.

Authorities did not immediately provide information on who owns the bull or how the animal ended up on the TSU campus, about 30 miles south of Austin.

Burglary Suspect Chased Down by Angry Bull in Alabama Getaway

Sheriff’s officials in northern Alabama say a burglary suspect was taken into custody after being chased by a bull through a cow pasture.

Marshall County Sheriff Scott Walls tells WHNT-TV 26-year-old Brad Lynn Hemby was being sought in connection with a burglary one Wednesday morning in Arab, Alabama.

Walls says Hemby tried fleeing deputies by running through a cow pasture and a bull roaming the land joined the “fun” chase. Walls says Hemby eventually fell onto a barbed wire fence and surrendered.

Walls says stolen property was recovered from Hemby’s truck and the man is charged with burglary, theft and attempting to elude. It’s unclear if he has an attorney… so No Bull alibi, yet.

Source: WHNT-TV,