Stampeding stag gouges Polish hunter’s eye with its antlers as it bursts out of bushes

The hunter becomes a stalker! The Polish fisherman’s eyes pierce his horns when they explode from the bush

  • Leszek Kamensky was hunting in the woods in southeastern Poland before Christmas
  • There, he came across a frightened deer hiding in the bushes
  • He raised his gun, but before he could shoot, the deer directly attacked him
  • The hunter stepped to the side, but the antler painfully gouged out his eye










The shocking footage shows the moment a defending deer hit the eye of a Polish hunter with its horns when it exploded from the bushes.

Leszek Kamensky was on a group hunting trip in the woods near Chelm, southeastern Poland, when he came across the terrified animal hiding in some bush.

A video clip shows him walking toward a deer with his rifle raised toward the creature, and the camera shows Kaminsky’s first-person perspective.

The shocking footage shows the moment a losing stag (pictured) stole the eye of a Polish hunter with its antlers as it exploded from the bushes

Leszek Kamensky (pictured) was on a mass hunt in the woods near Chelm, southeastern Poland, when he came across a fearsome deer hiding in some bush.  He exploded from the bushes and plucked out his eye with its horns

Pictured: Blood on Mr. Kamensky's hunting rifle

Leszek Kamensky was on a mass hunt in the woods near Chelm, southeastern Poland, when he came across a fearsome deer hiding in some bush. He exploded from the bushes and plucked his eye out with its horns (on the left). Right: Blood on Mr. Kamensky’s hunting rifle

Suddenly, the animal stormed out of the fence line at neck-breaking speeds right in front of the camera, and the hunter slashed at him with his horns.

Kaminsky and the camera were rotated and tossed to the ground, as the hunter let out an audible gasp of pain before swearing in polish.

When the stag runs away, Kaminsky is left lying on the ground with a badly damaged eye, blood splattered on the forest floor.

Pictures that Al-Sayyad later posted on social media show him dripping blood from his damaged eye and running down his face.

Another shows his rifle lying on the ground and covered in blood as well.

After being spotted by fellow hunters, Kaminsky – who runs a hunting blog – was taken to hospital where he underwent extensive surgery on his eye and the crown of his head.

First-person video of Kaminsky showing him walking toward a deer with his rifle raised at the creature (pictured) and then accusing it

First-person video of Kaminsky showing him walking toward a deer with his rifle raised at the creature (pictured) and then accusing it

Giving an update on Hunter's condition, one blogger said that Kaminsky's eye muscles and nerves (which are seen at the hospital) are healthy and the bulge is getting smaller.

Giving an update on Hunter’s condition, one blogger said that Kaminsky’s eye muscles and nerves (which are seen at the hospital) are healthy and the bulge is getting smaller.

A fellow blogger from a site called wildmen.pl said: ‘Lysek tried to avoid the stag and managed to take a step to the left, which may have saved his life.

Fortunately, the muscles and nerves of the eye are healthy and the puffiness decreases. It must be remembered that any animal, regardless of its size, will attack when it feels threatened. As you can see, deer can be a great threat to the hunter.

Although the accident happened just before Christmas, a video of the accident was only posted on YouTube

Although the accident happened just before Christmas, a video of the accident was only posted on YouTube.  Viewers weren't as sympathetic to Kaminsky as his fellow hunters, as the man flooded the comments section with praise for the stag.

Although the accident happened just before Christmas, a video of the accident was only posted on YouTube. Viewers weren’t as sympathetic to Kaminsky as his fellow hunters, as the man flooded the comments section with praise for the stag.

Viewers weren’t as sympathetic to Kaminsky as his fellow hunters, and instead flooded the comments section with praise for the stag.

One wrote: “Bravo for flirting! I wish him continued success in beating the sadists!”

And another posted: “This deer is my hero today.”

Another commented: “Respect the gazelle!”

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