This is the gruesome moment a holidaymaker is repeatedly gored by a raging bull after trying to jump on its back during a village bullfight.
The French national – said to be in his 50s – had leapt into the arena in Albacete, on 24th August, where spectators are encouraged to test their bravery against a bull.
But as he approaches the bull from the back, it wheels around and slams him against a barrier with its horns.
Then as he falls to the ground the one-tonne bull gores and tramples him before tossing him into the air.
As others try to distract it with capes, it keeps attacking the by-now unconscious man, repeatedly hurling him into the air with his horns.
When the man lands face up on the arena floor a gaping horn slash can be seen on his stomach oozing blood.
The onslaught only ends when one man manages to draw the bull away with his cape just as the footage ends.
Spectators pulled the man to safety before he was rushed by ambulance to nearby Hellin Hospital.
His condition is reportedly life threatening and remains in a serious but stable condition.
The vicious goring happened during the Lietor patron saint festivities held between 23rd and 26th August.
The region is notorious for its links to the bloodsport with a bullfighting school and an arena that can seat 12,000 spectators.