This Man Got Tackled By A Deer But No One Believed Him

Deer Tackles Man in British Columbia

Cary McCook, a Canadian rapper, had just stepped out of a friend's pickup truck at a hotel when a deer came seemingly from nowhere and tackled him.

However, since the deer attack happened on April 1 - aka April Fools Day - even his own mother didn't believe him.

Then Cary got surveillance video of the weird encounter from a nearby inn.

Other than a sore shoulder, McCook was not injured and finds the incident more hilarious every time he watches it.

Coincidentally, this is not all that unusual, based on You Tube videos, including one from four months ago that shows a deer hitting a cross country runner in a field. Eventually the hotel where he was attacked pulled some surveillance footage and discovered that McCook was telling the truth. Before McCook knew it, he was being obliterated by a big deer as it ran by.

"Then I put the video on Facebook and it automatically took off going viral", he said, according to Global News.

McCook exited the auto and noticed a deer running straight towards him.

The 25-year-old wrote after the collision: "Bam, I got hit by Bambi".



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