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Rutting stag stalks walker in London park

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An unfortunate man had to be rescued by police after he became the target of a rutting stag in London's Bushey Park.

The walker attracted the attention of the stag after he came to close to the animal during mating season.

With the stag stalking his every move, the man was forced to climb a tree to escape.

Lisa Acremon, who was in the park at the time, heard the man's cries for help and called the police.

http://www.telegraph...ondon-park.html

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Aye.. some folk would pay to be stalked by a rutting stag.

But all kidding aside... that musta been scary. Ain't like you can feign a headache.

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hmm... could it be that the bloke had bigger horns which made the animal angry?

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Where's Fenton when you need him?

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Marilyn Monroe showed us all that "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes".

Apparently, this is also the case for deer: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/8914860/This-is-awkward-young-buck-takes-a-shine-to-blonde-teenager.html

Stay with it until the very end when the young lady finally gets back to her car. Also, were I her. I'd have slapped that male videographer silly...he was absolutely useless!

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Well, that's certainly one to tell the grandchildren!

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