Watch this video as a guy risks getting pecked to death just to  save a trapped animal, proof that faith in mankind is not too late to be restored.


Swans are normally protective about their babies. They will risk their lives just so no one touches their cygnets, and by that I mean that they really don’t want anyone ever touching their little swans. They will peck the bastard who wants to meddle with their family to death and would not think twice about it.

This man, however, risked getting pecked by a swan, just to save a little cygnet trapped between a wired fence. He tries everything, even if the mother swan resorted to attacking him, just so the baby swan would be out of such miserable condition. The man got a an arm bruise but other than that, you will see the look on his face knowing that he saved a life.

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This video will restore your faith on mankind. That even in this world where animal cruelty and indifference for nature is prevalent, some good guys come out and stand up for what is truly just!

Let’s give this man a hats-off as we try to do what he did: risk getting hurt, just so others will not be. You’re a true hero, sir.


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Rudolph Musngi

Rudolph is the mind that spawned this mischief. He is purely evil and loves to plot evil things. He pretends for a living. Everyday he goes to work and faces the world like he's the nicest guy ever.

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