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bush pig

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Gronow knocked Mr Hopkins down when he lost his temper, minutes after being punched in the face by Mr Hopkins and his friend Gareth Burge in a fight outside the Bush Pig.
When I found out no other hunter had killed a bush pig on this property in three years, and that most bush pigs are shot at night with a spotlight, I was quite pleased with my accomplishment.
Bush pigs, or wart hogs, would raid the farmers' ground nut fields," says Tony.
The woman had been in the city centre on Thursday night and accepted a lift home by the two men at around 11pm, close to The Great Western pub, previously called the Bush Pig, Old Monk, at the end of St Mary Street.
The jury saw film of Gronow and his friend running past the AA building away from the former Bush Pig pub opposite Penarth Road, where they were both involved in a fight with Mr Hopkins, of Castle Avenue, Penarth, and Mr Bousie.
Gronow and his friend walked ahead of Ms Larwood and Ms Butler as they approached the former Bush Pig pub near Penarth Road.
The 12 jurors spent more than an hour examining the site at the top of Penarth Road under the rail bridge opposite the former Bush Pig pub.
The young men were all waiting for a taxi when they were hit by the car in Penarth Road in Cardiff city centre, opposite the former Bush Pig pub, in the early hours of August 14, last year.
The company has added The Bush Pig in St Mary Street - best known as the Great Western - to its Lloyds No.
The men heard the woman, thought to be in her 30s, scream near the Bush Pig pub after her purse was stolen.
At the Bush Pig on the corner of Saunders Road, midnight saw two fans asleep on a sofa in the bar - one wearing a kilt and a Wales sunhat, the other a Wales jersey and a sporran.
And The Bush Pig - formerly the Old Monk - on St Mary Street re-opened last Friday with a fresh new look, making it Cardiff's second South African theme bar.