Wild boars terrorize German town, injure 4
Four people were injured after squealing boars descended on the small city of Heide in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein on Friday morning. Two fully-grown, "aggressive" wild boars — a male and a female — stormed into the city center shortly after 9 a.m. according to local police statements. The male then entered the building of a local bank and began attacking people inside before a local hunter was able to shoot and kill the animal. The second boar managed to escape amid the commotion.