Crowds throw turnips at the ‘Jarramplas’ during ‘brutal but emotional’ traditional Spanish festival

Within the city of Piornal in Spain, a centuries-old conventional competition has crowds throw turnips on the “Jarramplas,” a person wearing multicoloured garb and a sharp wood headgear. In response to custom, Jarramplas represents a cattle rustler, however he additionally embodies evil and beating him symbolises the expulsion of all the things unhealthy.