Hundreds of women took the streets of Pamplona of Wednesday, to denounce sexual aggression during the San Fermin 'Running of the Bulls' festival, just hours before it begins. Protesters marched to the rhythm of drums and feminist chants, dressed in black, covering their faces with hoods and balaclavas, under the slogan 'the night, the streets and the parties are ours. Let the heteropatriarchy... Еще burn.' Numerous sexual aggressions have been reported during San Fermin, including the famous 'Wolf Pack' case, in which five men were accused of the gang rape of an 18-year-old woman during the San Fermin of 2016. The Provincial Court of Navarre decided to release the five on a €6,000 ($6,900) bail instead of enforcing the previous verdict of nine years in jail.