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US The Bronx Zoo says a woman seen dancing inside its lion enclosure is lucky to be alive

01:10  02 october  2019
01:10  02 october  2019 Source:   cnn.com

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Video footage from the Bronx Zoo last weekend shows a woman appearing to taunt a lion after she somehow climbed into its den. The unidentified woman was seen waving at the animal from just a few feet away while the lion , looking “But when I see … she just was there, dancing , saying , ‘Hi

A woman has been filmed facing off with a confused lion after climbing into an enclosure at the Bronx Zoo , rightly being condemned online. There’s pushing your luck , and then there’s climbing into a lion enclosure and taunting one of the huge animals as it stands just a few feet from you.

a person holding an animal: Instagram user @realsobrino posted this image of a woman inside the lion enclosure at the Bronx Zoo© From @realsobrino/Instagram Instagram user @realsobrino posted this image of a woman inside the lion enclosure at the Bronx Zoo

The Bronx Zoo says the woman who trespassed inside its lion enclosure on Saturday is lucky to be alive.

"This action was a serious violation and unlawful trespass that could have resulted in serious injury or death," a zoo spokesperson said of the woman who climbed over a visitor safety barrier at the African lion exhibit.

The woman can be seen dancing and waving her hands as if taunting the lion to move in a video from a bystander at the exhibit.

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The Bronx Zoo denies that any of its elephants manifest these behaviors, but according to the former zookeeper, she and other keepers have observed Happy, Patty In any case, Mr. Breheny says that if the zoo were to move her, it would probably chooseanother accredited zoo , rather than a sanctuary.

The zoo has said many times that Happy is quite content. But an animal rights group has described the situation quite differently, saying that the elephant is being unlawfully imprisoned. Instead, it wants Happy to be moved to an elephant sanctuary where she can make new friends.

In the video, the woman does not appear scared or concerned even as the lion takes a few steps closer to her, and bystanders -- including young children -- could be heard talking in the background.

NYPD Detective Sophia Mason told CNN nobody called 911 and no arrests were made, and they were just notified today. They had no further information to provide at this point.

The Bronx Zoo is going to file a complaint for criminal trespass, Mason said.

It is unclear how the woman got over the barrier or how long she was there. Neither the woman nor the lion were injured in the incident.

"Barriers and rules are in place to keep both visitors, staff and animals safe. We have a zero tolerance policy on trespass and violation of barriers," the zoo said.

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