He probably shoulda listened to his mom and STAYED AWAY!
14 people have been killed in the runs since 1924, when record-keeping began.
The run in Pamplona started 400 years ago and became popular worldwide after author Ernest Hemingway wrote about it in the 1920s in his book “The Sun Also Rises,” also published under the title “Fiesta.”
Amateur video footage showed the victim falling to the ground toward the end of race, just before the entrance to the bullring, and apparently being gored in the neck.
Organizers of Pamplona’s running of the bulls say todays’ goring is the first such fatality since 1995 (it was an American then). Nine others were injured in a particularly dangerous and chaotic chapter of the running of the bulls.
At one point the bull picked up a man with its horns, flipped him into the air as if he were a toy and kept going after him as he lay curled up on the ground, covering his face. But this man managed to get up and run away, without serious injuries.