A Russian who decided to punch a camel didn't land the same knockout blow that Arnold Schwarzenegger's famous barbarian character managed in the classic 1982 sword and sorcery movie.
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In fact, the end result was more like an '80s horror movie.
Netizens are in equal measure disturbed and in awe at a video of the camel, which took savage revenge on an aggressive Russian who decided to punch him - apparently to demonstrate his "dominance."
But in the end it was the camel that proved itself to be the higher animal.
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In the video clip circulating on social media, which was filmed in Russia's Omsk Oblast, and which first appeared on Feb. 4, a man approaches the animal and hits it on the nose.
The camel at first seems shocked, and then it launches into an unexpectedly brutal retaliatory attack.
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The animal is seen grabbing its abuser by the arm and hurling him from side to side like a rag doll. It then tramples the man, before picking his now limp body up again, hurling it around some more, and then trampling him some more.
The attack ends after a van drives into view, and the camel leaves the lifeless-looking body of the man.
The human attacker died as a result of his injuries, but despite this, social media users appear to have largely sided with the camel.