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Bull On Loose In The Grounds Of Hospital In Canterbury

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An escaped bull has been caught after running loose in the grounds of a Kent hospital.

Police were drafted in to help catch the animal, named Charlie, at Kent and Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury.

At one point, staff formed a human chain to direct the bull away from the outpatients area.

The prize bull, which escaped from a nearby farm and is said to be in a "distressed state", has now been taken away by its owner.

'No-one harmed' The alert was sparked after the bull was spotted looking through the window of the renal dialysis unit at about 1530 BST on Friday.

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Earlier staff guided the bull away from the outpatients' department Kent and Canterbury Hospital manager Sarah Maycock said: "No-one was injured or harmed as a result of the bull being on the site."

She added: "It was pretty huge. It's a prize bull we understand from the farmer.

"The bull was distressed at times and we tried to keep as many people away from it as possible

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That's a load of Bull.....................He said after looking at the Photo :D

Very obvious, but someone had to say it first :yahoo:

Does a distressed Bull look rather cowed ? :P

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:lol2:

That's a load of Bull.....................He said after looking at the Photo :D

Very obvious, but someone had to say it first :yahoo:

Does a distressed Bull look rather cowed ? :P

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It only went to hospital because it had pulled a calf muscle :D

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