Shoppers weren't the only thing going hog-wild over the weekend, reports the Independent. One wild boar rampaged amid last-minute gift-buyers in a clothing store in France, while another stepped in front of a high-speed train, delaying trains for hours.
In the clothing shop in Poitiers, in western France, customers and staff were evacuated while police tried to remove the 190-pound boar. But the animal charged officers and was shot. The second boar was hit by the high-speed Nice-to-Brussels express. The train was then delayed for almost four hours, triggering travel chaos across France as 34 other trains were also held up.