Yellowstone National Park responds to video of a man teasing a bison

Yellowstone National Park responds to video of a man teasing a bison

Yellowstone National Park responds to video of a man teasing a bison

Lindsey Jones shared this video that was taken in Hayden Valley in Yellowstone National Park on Tuesday evening (July 31).

Cars are lined up in both directions, rolling as slow speed, as the bison wanders among them and on the side of the road.

He turns back toward the bison and begins harassing it again before the beast charges at him for a second time. "Oh God, no, no, I can't watch", she said.

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After quickly dodging another rampage, the man and bison go their separate ways. However, when the taunts continued and the tourist got closer, the animal charged.

Hundreds of commenters didn't find the man's actions amusing or courageous, and said there should be consequences for what he did. One of those people was Reinke, who rangers drove to Helena, where he was booked into the Yellowstone Jail without bond, according to the National Park Service release.

We will update you if we get more information about the incident, or if the man is identified.

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Yellowstone officials say the man's actions were "reckless, dangerous, and illegal".

Visitors are required to stay at least 25 yards from animals such as bison and elk, and 100 yards from bears and wolves, park rules state.

He added that, should members of the public see people mistreating the animals, they should tell a ranger, or call 911, if you see someone whose behavior might hurt them or the park.

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