By Euro Weekly News Media • 02 December 2015 • 18:26
ADRIAN Sánchez, the youngster who tried to stop this year’s controversial annual bull hunt in Tordesillas, Valladolid, has been fined €5,200 on the afternoon of December 2 by the Government Sub-delegation in Valladolid.
Sánchez who comes from Murcia, had tried to stop the event by fixing a bicycle lock to his neck to a road sign. Fireman apparently took around half an hour to release him. The event involved the lancing to death of a bull.
Today´s ruling which speaks of a risk of security for the participants can be appealed.
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