In the 1981 film, An American Werewolf in London, Jack and David are backpacking across the Yorkshire moors, when they enter a pub called The Slaughtered lamb at night. When they ask about the five pointed star on the wall, everyone starts acting very strange and hostile, eventually making them leave the pub. When the locals knew that a werewolf roams in those moors and it was a full moon night, why did they make them leave?
Later they start repenting and go in their direction to save them, but I could not understand why did they make the Americans leave at the first place? Everyone starts acting as if the Americans were some kind of danger as soon as they asked about the star on the wall. It is later revealed that the locals knew this very well that if bitten by the werewolf another dangerous creature will be formed which will be very dangerous for all. Usually in plots like this, it is the traveler who insists on going out but the locals warn against it, but this was quite different. Did I miss something else in the story or was it really unusual?