A pair of wild boars went on a rampage and injured at least four people in the northern German town of Heide. A video of the boars barging into a business establishment in the town has since gone viral.

According to reports, the adult boars appeared early Friday and attacked pedestrians, prompting authorities to issue a warning asking people to stay indoors.

 Among the injured, one man's fingertip was torn off and the others suffered injuries to their legs when the boars ran into them,  the Telegraph reported. Several cars were also damaged.

Surveillance video captured the entrance of one of the boars as it entered an optician's shop, a woman who was in the path of the animal was injured.

According to Deutsche Welle, the same boar later entered the bank and began attacking people, forcing them to evacuate through upper-story windows with the help of ladders from emergency services.

A police vehicle was called to block the bank’s entrance while hunters were brought in to neutralize the boar. It was shot and killed as it attempted to get away from under the car.

"The first shot was enough," town mayor Ulf Stecher, a witness, told the Local. "That was an extremely unusual situation. I never thought we would see such a thing here." The second boar was not found by authorities and was thought to be roaming on the outskirts of Heide. The public was advised not to approach it.

Reports quoted one eyewitness saying she saw a woman who was screaming while lying on the ground after her trousers had been torn.  Another stated the boars had "come out of nowhere" and that they were "completely bewildered."