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    Angry Bird: Enraged Ostrich Pummels Man

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    A South African man got into an unusual altercation when he was suddenly attacked by a very angry ostrich.

    Luckily, some quick-thinking onlookers managed to chase away the ostrich, so the man only ended up getting a few scratches due to falling into a thorn bush.

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