SEDALIA, Mo., Dec. 2 (UPI) — A Missouri deer hunter said a vengeful buck got back on its feet after being shot and attacked him with its antlers.
Randy Goodman, 47, of Sedalia said he shot the buck once in its broadside and once in its neck before climbing down from his tree stand to inspect what he thought was a lifeless corpse, The Sedalia Democrat reported Tuesday.
Goodman said he grabbed one of the nine-point, 240-pound buck’s antlers to inspect his kill and suddenly the large deer jumped back to its feet and started attacking him with its antlers.
“It was 15 seconds of hell,” Goodman said of the attack.
Shot in the neck, dead as heck!
Bleeding from it’s ass, lies in the grass,
enjoying the cheer, a nice cold beer.
Hit the ground for a look around,
learn real quick to give it a flick.
Have great fear of bucking deer.
Duck in fear, don’t trust your luck,
don’t get near a plucky deer.
To old Ford truck, drag the funky buck,
make foul muck, bleed the furry bucker.
Enjoy the meat from this great feat,
But remember: a furry bucker, funky buck
has potential to be a dangerous…