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BANGKOK 18 August 2019 22:52
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Wild horse kicks swimsuit-clad tourist in the groin at Maryland beach

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A tourist learned the hard way why it’s important not to ignore local warnings.


Footage of the beachgoer in a skimpy swimsuit showed him trying to pet a wild horse at a beach, only to find out why locals advise against it. As the man touched the animal, it kicked him in one of the most painful places for a man to get hit.


The incident occurred on Assateague Island, located off the coast of Maryland, The Sun reported. It has not been reported if the man was injured in the incident, although the footage showed him falling to the ground in pain.

The horses on Assateague Island are famous among locals and travelers. It’s unclear how exactly they ended up on the island, but according to local folklore, they landed on Assateague after surviving a shipwreck over 300 years ago, The Mirror reported.


Regardless of how the animals got there, local authorities want it made clear that they are wild animals and should be left alone. While the nearly 300 horses on the island have become a popular sight among visitors, the local authorities advise beachgoers not to pet or touch the horses.


This is not the first incident involving tourists ignoring warnings regarding the horses.


In April, it was reported that animals from the nearby Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge were moved to the south corral of Assateague Island after several visitors ignored warnings about approaching the animals.



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Any large wild animal is potentially dangerous...stand back and enjoy the beauty of the moment...take a selfie...do not disturb!

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Poetic justice. An unwanted touch for a return kick in the crotch. 555!

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