Yellowstone National Park investigating bison hazing viral video

The gates of the soft-release area were thrown open earlier this week as the bison left the fenced pasture

The gates of the soft-release area were thrown open earlier this week as the bison left the fenced pasture

A man was almost gored after being caught on video taunting a bison in Yellowstone National Park, and he's been arrested. In June, a bison there gored a woman after a crowd surged within feet of it, according to the park.

The man is able to dodge out of the way and walks away from the bison, which turns its attention on nearby vehicles.

As the bison charges for the second time, Jones' video peers off in horror - expecting that the bison would charge and injure the man.

The bison then charges the man, missing him twice.

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The video was posted by bystander Lindsey Jones on Wednesday, and has since been viewed more than 4 million times.

On Thursday night, rangers at Glacier National Park apprehended a suspect: Raymond Reinke, 55, of Pendleton, Ore. On July 28, he was arrested by rangers at Grand Teton National Park for a drunk and disorderly conduct incident.

As the National Park Service warns on the official website for Yellowstone, "Wild animals are unpredictable and unsafe".

Officials said Reinke had been visiting several national parks over the weekend. Reinke appeared to be intoxicated and argumentative, according to park staff.

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During his traffic stop, Reinke had told Yellowstone Park rangers that he planned to travel to Glacier National Park next.

"To protect yourself and the animals you come to watch, always remain at least 100 yards (91 meters) from bears or wolves, and at least 25 yards (23 meters) from all other wildlife", notes the NPS.

"People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", said park superintendent Dan Wenk.

Previous year there were five bison attacks in the park.

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