Animal Rights Activist Smacked with a Duck


by Jeff Davis

A woman in Spain has smacked an animal rights activist with a duck!

A Yahoo News article reports: “An animal rights activist was beaten with a duck by a Spanish woman defending one of the country’s most bizarre and controversial festival traditions.

“The man was whacked with the bird while he filmed the annual duck chase in the Catalonian seaside town of Roses, where every August ducks are thrown into the Mediterranean and then caught and brought back to the shore by swimmers.”

“‘Continue, continue. Continue to abuse, I am filming you. A little bit of empathy for the animals. They also have a life, like your children or your family,’ the man who was filming can be heard saying in a video of the incident released by animal rights group Animal Rescue Espana. The footage shows a young woman wearing a white bathing suit attack the man with a duck — holding it by the legs as she repeatedly lashes him with it.”

I wonder if anyone yelled “duck” right before the assault.

Well, it’s obvious to me. The poor girl simply quacked up. (Yes, I went there.)

“As the attack goes on, animal rights activists gathered on the shore can be heard chanting, ‘You would not do that to your dog,’ before they were removed by police.”

Well, of course not. The dog wasn’t harassing her and interfering with her participation in a traditional festival. Ironically the only real abuse of a duck was when an especially obnoxious activist got hit with one. He’s lucky he didn’t get hit with a penguin. That would really hurt.

“Every year since 1918 about 50 ducks are thrown into the sea in the town north of Barcelona, with swimmers then racing in to catch them and bringing them ashore however they can.”

I seriously doubt if any ducks are harmed by people swimming after them, catching them and bringing them back to shore. Then again the animal rights activists will whine about normal people eating hamburgers, chicken and bacon so it’s no surprise that they would be out there harassing people at an annual duck chasing festival.


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