Two wild elephants went on a rampage in a southern Indian city, killing at least one person.
The horror in Karnataka state, in which one of the jumbos angrily kicked a COW to death, was caught on camera today.
Schools and colleges were forced to close after the pair took Mysore city's highway into the centre before a bull trampled the guard to death at Maharani's College of Arts, Commerce and Management.
Three others were injured.
New Delhi Television news channel showed the body of a man at the feet of one of the animals, having apparently been gored, in Mysore on Wednesday.
Experts were trying to tranquillise the animals and asked residents to stay indoors and not throw stones at them.
Every year hundreds of people across India die when wild animals wander into cities as their natural habitats shrink and they have to range farther for food.
India's national parks suffer massive encroachment from people who live and forage for food in the forests or graze their cattle inside.