Belgium: Woman slaughtered by horse as April Fool’s trick fails

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    A woman was knocked to the ground by police on horseback at a April Fool's Day party in Brussels

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    A lady was knocked to the ground by authorities on horseback at a April Fool’s Day celebration in Brussels (Picture: REX)

    A girl was knocked to the ground by a horse as a celebration which started as an April Fool’s Day joke left hand in Belgium.

    Crowds swelled at the Bois de la Cambre – Brussels’ most significant park – on Thursday although a celebration called ‘La Boum’ didn’t in fact exist.

    The statement for the celebration, published on Facebook in March, guaranteed efficiencies by vocalist and manufacturer Calvin Harris and a one-off reunion of French band Daft Punk.

    Despite authorities cautioning it was a phony occasion, a crowd of around 2,000 showed up regardless – resulting in unsightly clashes.

    In video published on social networks a partially nude female was seen being slaughtered as a unit of authorities on horseback moved through the revellers.

    Worried party-goers collected around the female who is seen lying flat on the flooring after being barged.

    She was among 2 event-goers who needed to be required to medical facility, while 8 in overall were injured.

    Brussels authorities spokesperson Ilse Van de keere stated that 22 individuals were jailed and numerous policemans were hurt in the clashes.

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    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX (11841264lw) A Facebook event with about 70.000 attendees is calling for a giant open air festival Ter Kamerenbos - Bois de la Cambre , in breach with the current Covid-19 lock-down measures . It is not known who is behind this event and weather or not this is an April Fools joke 'La Boum' Lock Down Party, Brussels, Belgium - 01 Apr 2021

    The female was slaughtered by a horse as she participated in the occasion (Picture: REX)

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX (11841264nd) A Facebook event with about 70.000 attendees is calling for a giant open air festival Ter Kamerenbos - Bois de la Cambre , in breach with the current Covid-19 lock-down measures . It is not known who is behind this event and weather or not this is an April Fools joke 'La Boum' Lock Down Party, Brussels, Belgium - 01 Apr 2021

    She was required to medical facility to be dealt with for her injuries (Picture: REX)

    People are sprayed by a police water cannon during a protest at Bois de la Cambre park in Brussels, Thursday, April 1, 2021. Belgian police have clashed with a large crowd in one of Brussels' largest parks, as thousands of revellers had gathered for an unauthorized event despite coronavirus restrictions. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

    Police relocated to separate the crowds (Picture: AP)

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Valeria Mongelli/ZUMA Wire/REX (11841967m) Belgian police clashes with a large crowd of revellers who gathered at the Bois de la Cambre park for an unauthorized festival despite Covid-19 restrictions. Brussels, Belgium, April 1, 2021. Police clashes with revellers during unauthorized festival, Brussels, Puglia, Belgium - 01 Apr 2021

    Around 2,000 individuals showed up in the park although the occasion didn’t exist (Picture: REX)

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Valeria Mongelli/ZUMA Wire/REX (11841967k) Belgian police clashes with a large crowd of revellers who gathered at the Bois de la Cambre park for an unauthorized festival despite Covid-19 restrictions. Brussels, Belgium, April 1, 2021. Police clashes with revellers during unauthorized festival, Brussels, Puglia, Belgium - 01 Apr 2021

    The celebration ended up being a fancy April Fool’s trick (Picture: REX)

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Valeria Mongelli/ZUMA Wire/REX (11841967n) Belgian police clashes with a large crowd of revellers who gathered at the Bois de la Cambre park for an unauthorized festival despite Covid-19 restrictions. Brussels, Belgium, April 1, 2021. Police clashes with revellers during unauthorized festival, Brussels, Puglia, Belgium - 01 Apr 2021

    Eight were hurt in the clashes (Picture: REX)

    Tensions increased after authorities bought the crowd to distribute towards completion of the afternoon.

    People were seen tossing bottles and other projectiles at authorities, who utilized water cannons and tear gas to distribute the crowd.

    Ms Van de keere stated protesters harmed police cars which 7 authorities horses were hurt. She stated the scenario went back to regular at night.

    Large crowds have actually been collecting in Brussels parks today to take pleasure in the uncommonly bright weather condition, in spite of coronavirus constraints restricting outdoors events to 4 individuals.

    Belgian Police officers surround bystanders at the Bois de la Cambre parc, in Brussels, on April 1, 2021 during a unauthorised rally, for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. - Police on horseback and using a water cannon charged a crowd of thousands of people gathered in a Brussels park for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. AFP journalists at the scene saw at least one police officer injured and several people in the crowd arrested. (Photo by Fran??ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP) (Photo by FRANCOIS WALSCHAERTS/AFP via Getty Images)

    Some 22 individuals were jailed as scenes turned unsightly (Picture: AFP)

    BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 1: Belgian police intervene in crowd gathered for a fake concert announced on social media as April Fool??s Day prank after thousands violate Covid-19 social distance rules at Bois de la Cambre park in Brussels, Belgium on April 1, 2021. (Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

    Belgium has actually simply gone into another partial lockdown (Picture: Getty Images)

    Belgian Police officers surround bystanders at the Bois de la Cambre parc, in Brussels, on April 1, 2021 during a unauthorised rally, for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. - Police on horseback and using a water cannon charged a crowd of thousands of people gathered in a Brussels park for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. AFP journalists at the scene saw at least one police officer injured and several people in the crowd arrested. (Photo by Fran??ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP) (Photo by FRANCOIS WALSCHAERTS/AFP via Getty Images)

    Only 4 individuals are permitted to satisfy together outdoors (Picture: AFP)

    BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 1: Belgian police use water cannon on crowd gathered for a fake concert announced on social media as April Fool??s Day prank after thousands violate Covid-19 social distance rules and responded police intervention at Bois de la Cambre park in Brussels, Belgium on April 1, 2021. (Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

    The park was hectic anyhow due to the heat (Picture: Getty)

    Another occasion had actually been marketed for Friday in another Brussels park, promoted by a group called the Abyss.

    The group stated it does not question the federal government’s method however defend residents’ rights to collect outdoors.

    Belgium has actually reported over 882,000 validated coronavirus cases and more than 23,000 virus-related deaths.

    Bystanders and demonstrators are soaked by a Belgian police water canon as police officers surround them at the Bois de la Cambre parc, in Brussels, on April 1, 2021 during a unauthorised rally, for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. - Police on horseback and using a water cannon charged a crowd of thousands of people gathered in a Brussels park for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. AFP journalists at the scene saw at least one police officer injured and several people in the crowd arrested. (Photo by Fran??ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP) (Photo by FRANCOIS WALSCHAERTS/AFP via Getty Images)

    Police had actually alerted party-goers to keep away (Picture: Getty)

    Bystanders and demonstrators are soaked by a Belgian police water canon as police officers surround them at the Bois de la Cambre parc, in Brussels, on April 1, 2021 during a unauthorised rally, for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. - Police on horseback and using a water cannon charged a crowd of thousands of people gathered in a Brussels park for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's Day prank. AFP journalists at the scene saw at least one police officer injured and several people in the crowd arrested. (Photo by Fran??ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP) (Photo by FRANCOIS WALSCHAERTS/AFP via Getty Images)

    Tear gas was utilized to get the crowds to distribute (Picture: Getty)

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX (11784697be) Many young people gathered to enjoy the good weather in Bois de la Cambre. The police had to evacuate the park due to too many people. Daily life, Brussels, Belgium - 03 Mar 2021

    Police on horseback were seen slaughtering a partially nude female (Picture: REX)

    Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX (11784697br) Many young people gathered to enjoy the good weather in Bois de la Cambre. The police had to evacuate the park due to too many people. Daily life, Brussels, Belgium - 03 Mar 2021

    The occasion began as a joke (Picture: REX)

    Hospital admissions due to Covid-19 have actually increased in current weeks and health authorities have actually alerted that extensive care systems might reach an important level by April 10 if the speed of brand-new infections does not decrease.

    Belgium’s present infection constraints consist of a night-time curfew and a restriction on non-essential worldwide travel.

    Brussels district attorneys have actually begun an examination to see who lagged the Facebook post.

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