In the southern states, chances are you can catch a rodeo somewhere and watch a bunch of crazy rednecks with more balls than brains mount and ride large farm animals. Just for fun.

However, in Arkansas, it appears as if the tides have turned and now these wild-eyed beasts are getting even by pushing farmers face down in the dirt while attempting to give them a cattle prod of their own. At least that's what authorities at the Faulkner County Sherriff’s Department say happened after one of their deputies was called out in response to a report about a bull running wild in the streets.

According to reports, when the deputy arrived on the scene, he witnessed a grown man locked inside of a full-blown bare-knuckle brawl with an extremely randy bull intent on trying to mate with him.

Apparently, when the bull spotted the cops, he lost interest in giving the farmer his Angus beef stick and took off down the road following a truck, perhaps to have a smoke. Although no one sustained any injuries during the incident, the officer’s patrol car did receive some minor damage caused by the bull’s daring escape.

The bull was eventually captured, but there is still no word how long it will take for the hoof imprints on the man's shoulders to fully dissipate.