This gentleman clearly knew who was traveling down this forest path when he strung up a tetherball and mounted several hidden cameras in the trees. Watch his plan come to life when, later that day, a ram stumbles across the setup and simply can't resist the allure of the tetherball in his way. What ensues is a solo session of the playground game, with the animal enjoying a rousing game of tetherball.. by himself.
According to the Angry Ram Facebook page (because yes, there's a Facebook page created in his honor), Rambro lives in a 100 acre forest near Nelson, New Zealand along with his female companion and offspring. He adopted the "Angry Ram" reputation after causing a lot of problems for his previous owner, destroying property and attacking passersby. However, this aggressive animal now has free reign of his new wooded habitat and forest owner Marty Todd gets a kick out of documenting his adventures.
Here at SF Globe, we found Rambro's game of tetherball oddly funny. After all, a lot of human beings get out their aggression using punching bags so why shouldn't this "Angry Ram" be afforded the same kind of outlet? What did you think? Sound off in the comments below and make sure to share if this entertained you like it did us.