Spain-inspired Great Bull Run coming to U.S.
I suppose one could hope that this event acts as a sort of immediate Darwin award, sending those foolish enough to run directly out of the breeding pool.
If someone does participate in such an event, and that person is one of the lucky ones who have health insurance, does the insurance company have the right to refuse to pay for treatment? Under the 'excess stupidity' clause? And would the local ER/Hospital then have the right to refuse to give free treatment to that person? Because I see no reason why insurance rates should have to go up to cover intentional stupidity.