Some bullfighters have all the luck. Peruvian bullfighter Andrés Roca Rey is not one of those bullfighters. Fighting in Pamplona during the famed San Fermin festival on Tuesday, the 20-year-old took a bull horn to the groin and was swiftly taken to the infirmary. According to El Pais, the bull’s horn left a 4-inch hole...
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