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Heavy metal music saves Norwegian boy from wolves
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Thursday, 10 March 2011

boy wolvesA 13-year-old Norwegian boy avoided being attacked by wolves by playing a heavy metal song on his mobile phone, RIAN reports.

The incident took place in the central Norwegian municipality of Rakkestad. Four wolves, who appeared before the boy when he was returning home from school, were scared away by the noise coming from the boy's mobile phone, the Russian website said.

The song that saved the boy's life was by thrash metal band Megadeth.

The boy said he had been told that in order to avoid being attacked by wolves one should not run away from them but attack them.

Information from: RIA Novosti, http://en.rian.ru/

Image: Boy (center) with his yonger brother and mom via Drugoi.

 

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