A Hungarian pensioner has been killed after he was dragged off his scooter by two donkeys.
The animals trampled him and bit him so badly that when his body was found it was believed he had been torn apart by wolves.
Sandor Horvath, 65, was chased and pulled off the scooter at a farm in Magyarszecsod, Hungary, where he was visiting his farmer friend.
His mutilated remains were found by the farm owner who called the police, believing his friend had been attacked by wild dogs.
But a postmortem revealed the bites had come from the donkeys, and police who pieced together the evidence said it appeared that the donkeys had chased the man and dragged him off the scooter before killing him.
According to CEN, the farmer's daughter Csikos Darda said: "I had noticed that the donkeys were becoming increasingly aggressive and I'd asked my father to do something about it, but he'd said they were fine."
A vet told local media: "Donkeys aren't usually aggressive towards humans. They probably reacted like this as they thought the victim was intruding upon their territory."
The pair are now waiting to be put down.
"We can't allow animals to go around killing people. Putting them to sleep is the best thing for everyone."
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