Spain's animal rights party PACMA published a new video of village bull hunts on Thursday, this time in the region of Guadalajara (Castilla La Mancha).

In the new images, villagers participating in five chases in four different villages can be seen circling the bulls in fields in cars, tractors, motorbikes and quads, taunting them with Spanish flags tied to sticks, stoning the animals and shooting them in the head with bolt pistols.

Some of the participants ride on horseback with lances, others record the chases on their mobile phones, and the vehicles cross fields and roads in a haphazard manner.

A Civil Guard patrol car can be seen passing by on the road in the video, and villagers clamber on to it at one point to seek refuge from one of the bulls. There are no images of agen...

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