Tuesday, 13 June 2017
Angry zoo shareholders throw donkey into tigers’ cage causing it to be eaten alive
Visitors at a zoo were horrified when a group of men threw a donkey into a tigers’ cage, causing it to be eaten alive. Horrific video of the incident, which occurred in China, was uploaded to the Internet. The video shows the group of men driving a flatbed truck with a donkey and a goat sitting in it. The group then removed the donkey and pushed it into water, which was used by tigers. Two tigers pounced on the donkey. The tigers tried killing the donkey by keeping it underwater, but when the animal fought back in a desperate attempt to free itself, one tiger bit into its face while the other mauled it.
After the video of the shocking incident went viral, the Yangcheng Wild Animal World in Changzhou, Jiangsu, announced that the group of men were not their employees, but rather angry shareholders. The shareholders became angry over a court ruling, which caused assets of the zoo to be frozen. Because of the ruling, the zoo is unable to move away any of its animals. This is causing financial difficulties for investors and it is preventing them from selling their shares.
The shareholders are accusing the judge and the zoo of working together to act against their wishes.
In an act of revenge, the shareholders hired the group of men to steal animals from the zoo. However, as they tried to leave the premises, zoo workers kept them from going away with the stolen donkey and goat, so the men threw the donkey into the tigers’ den. Luckily, the workers were able to stop the men from throwing the goat into water.