An elderly man walking along a dirt path in the city of Pune, western India, was attacked by a huge angry hyena, and a passer-by rushed to the rescue, who tried to scare the beast away with a large stick.
Later, forestry officials found the corpse of a huge beast 28 miles from the scene.
The video shows an elderly man walking his tiny dog along a road in a village near the Indian city of Pune in the west of the country when a vicious hyena emerges from the grass to his left.
The predator approaches and pounces on the frightened old man, and then moves on to a passing motorcyclist.
Someone immediately comes to his aid, but the creature scares him away, showing its teeth.
The man reportedly barely escaped an attack in the village of Kharpudi in the Indian city of Pune in the west of the country.
Representatives of the forestry department said that hyenas rarely attack people, and this hyena was annoyed by the previous injury, which caused her aggression.
Deputy Forester Mr. Jayaramegouda said: “One elderly man and a cyclist were injured as a result of an attack by a hyena in Kharpudi village.
“Hyena attacks are not very common. We learned that the hyena was already injured when it attacked two people.