After enduring hours in the scorching heat with its legs restrained, the camel fatally attacked its owner by severing the head.
A man from India who left his camel exposed to the day's heat suffered the ultimate consequence, losing his life as a result.
Upon attempting to release the camel from its bindings, it launched a brutal assault, ultimately tearing off the man's head.
"The animal lifted him by the neck and threw him on to the ground, chewed the body, and severed the head," villager Thakara Ram told The Times of India.
For approximately six hours, a group of 25 individuals struggled to subdue the camel's behavior.
According to certain villagers in the state of Rajasthan, this particular camel had previously assaulted the individual named Urjaram.
The likelihood of camels launching attacks on individuals is not notably high.
Nonetheless, incidents of camel attacks can turn brutal, leading to unexpectedly violent consequences.
In January of the previous year, at a breeding farm in Texas, a camel fatally crushed two individuals.
During the past fall, an American proprietor of an animal sanctuary in Mexico met a tragic end at the hands of a camel. The incident involved the camel subjecting him to biting and kicking until he was subdued, followed by a fatal act of suffocation as the camel sat upon him.
In order to coax the camel away from the deceased individual, rescuers had to employ a rope, fastening it around the camel's body and then securing the other end to a truck.
Certain assertions suggest that the camel's anger might have stemmed from not receiving its customary daily dose of Coca-Cola on that particular day.
Just a few months prior, in California, an elderly man fell victim to a camel attack employing the exact same technique.
In that case, the victim survived.
Camels are generally amiable creatures that often enjoy nuzzling and even engaging in playful interactions, such as tugging at humans' hair.
Nevertheless, male camels are recognized for engaging in conflicts with their female counterparts and displaying an inherent aggressive disposition.
Despite possessing prominent teeth, animals reared in captivity are generally bred to refrain from biting.
Camels usually execute kicks in a circular manner, yet for reasons understood by experts, they tend to steer clear of directing those kicks at people.