NOT SMART: Woman gored by huge bull on Mexico beach after feeding him (VIDEO) | The Gateway expert

A woman was recently attacked by a huge bull on a beach in Mexico.

She's made at least three really stupid mistakes. She fed the bull. She kept trying to retrieve her belongings from the bull that was interested in them and sniff them. Finally, she did not run away and sought a protective position away from the animal.

This woman put herself in danger. She might as well have been standing in front of an oncoming train.

Fox news reports:

Furious bull attacks woman on Mexican beach as tourists scream in horror: video

A wild and violent bull running loose on a popular Mexican beach attacked a woman several times as panicked onlookers screamed in horror, a terrifying new video has revealed.

The heartbreaking video, recorded Saturday in Cabo San Lucas, shows the black beast attacking and ramming the woman more than six times after she tried to take her bags from the animal. Cabo San Lucas is a beach town on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula and is popular among tourists.

The video first shows the black beast under a canopy with the woman appearing to feed the horned animal food from a bag and then from a silver bowl.

Dressed in a loose dress and a beach hat, the woman seems unperturbed by the dangers posed by the incredibly strong bovine. Bulls can weigh well over 2,000 pounds depending on the breed and are known to be aggressive.

Here's a video:

This video report shows more:

Cattle on the beach is apparently common in Mexico due to the number of ranches in the area.

Keep in mind that any animal that weighs as much as a car is potentially dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.

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