Steve Sachs Duke


Thursday, October 23, 2003


Next on FOX: When Llamas Attack.

LONDON (AFP) - Ambulance crews called to the aid of a 72-year-old farmer who injured himself after tripping over a rabbit hole were left powerless to help him after his herd of stubborn llamas leapt to his defence.

Graham Bailey who farms four South American llamas, called Milo, Bertie, Horatio and Felix, fell in a field on his farm near Kettering, and was stranded for two hours before a passer-by heard his screams.

Attempts to rescue the stricken pensioner were halted when the head llama led the animals in a circle and began dancing around to protect him.

"The ringleader Milo stirred the others up," an air ambulance spokesman said.

As my brother says, oldest story in the book.




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