Okay, THAT is not normal. I'd get rid of him in a heartbeat. Not good genes to pass along to offspring - no room for a mean rooster here. I got rid of a gorgeous rooster that would attack me every time I went into the run. (not my kids, not DH, just me) I finally got tired of having to constantly watch my back (and explain all the bruises on my legs - he had a knack for breaking blood vessels) - so he's gone now. It was a tough choice because he did have good qualities - he was great at watching over babies and protecting them.