During a safari tour at a zoo in China, a tourist was questioned by the police for being reckless.
Someone is kneeling in front of a group of tigers.
It’s a dangerous situation.
It happened on the 23rd at the Beijing Wildlife Zoo.
A visitor on a safari tour jumped out of the car he was riding in, threw away the employee’s jersey, and ran to a group of tigers.
Then he fell to the ground and imitated the cry of a tiger.
There were 11 white tigers in front of this spectator, and they only looked at the spectators or wandered around, but fortunately they did not act aggressively.
A field worker, startled by the sudden action, threw food at the tiger to distract him, and other zoo officials drove the tiger out of the exhibition hall and rescued the visitor safely.
The zoo has reported the visitor to the police, and the police are detained for disturbing public order and are investigating the exact circumstances.