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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Wolves Charge Traffic Cop

A traffic cop in Russia had to jump in the car of the motorist he had flagged down when a pack of wild wolves started chasing him on the motorway.
Further details/video footage.


YoungWilliam said...

I'm not too sure about them "attacking" him; none of the dozen or so really seemed to care when he was in the car (or were any heading towards him, veering off when he wasn't an easy target anymore).

Markus said...

Maybe you should try a glas of vodka. I suggest Eristoff.

Only a viral video.

The Cryptic Critic said...

It's a hoax - part of a viral advertising campaign for a brand of Vodka. Here's the proof (no pun intended). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s00HQm_rWpk&feature=sub

Syd said...

Typical of the media monkeys, they always make a mountain out of a sand grain.