The ‘running of the bulls’ is a practice which involves letting loose up to a dozen bulls to run with and in front of thousands of jeering crowds along a designated route to their final destination, the bull ring.
A large angry bull was seen running amok on the streets probably in one of those festivals when it directed its wrath towards a compact SUV along the road.
The belligerent bovine aimed its horns towards a stationary car and began to ram its front end, even lifting the vehicle and puncturing its wheel in the process.
The most famous running of the bulls is the eight-day festival of Sanfermines in honour of Saint Fermin in Pamplona, although they are also traditionally held in other places such as towns and villages across Spain, Portugal, in some cities in Mexico, and southern France during the summer.(wikipedia)