Mess with the bull and you get the horns.
A raging bull hellbent on revenge charged a driver and his daughter after they fatally struck the animal’s companion cow in Long Island Friday.
The bull and cow had escaped from a nearby farm and were trotting along a road in Yaphank when the cow was struck about 8 p.m. Friday.
The panicked driver and his teenage daughter were ambushed by the bull after they pulled over and got out of the smoking car after hitting the animal.
“I opened up my front door and I saw a car with hazard lights on and people running towards me,” neighbor Leslie Clay, 40, told the Daily News. “Then I see there’s (a bull) chasing them.”
“They hid between my neighbor’s two cars for a few minutes yelling and screaming until the bull backed off," she added.
The ballsy bull even tried to chase the cop who responded to the chaotic scene.
"He ended up going back to his car and waited for more officers to come," Clay said.
Authorities eventually corralled the bull with the help of animal control, Clay said.
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