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World Man sets pet lion on electrician who tried to collect pay, police say

07:50  17 october  2019
07:50  17 october  2019 Source:

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  New London police investigating shots fired incident NEW LONDON — Police say they are investigating a reported “shots fired” incident. According to police, they were called to the area of Prest Street and Connecticut Avenue around 9:40 p.m. Wednesday. When police arrived, they found a spent casing, but no suspects or victims were located. The scene was secured and the area was canvassed by officers. Detectives also responded to collect evidence. Anyone who has information concerning this incident is encouraged to contact the New London Police Department at 860-447-5269 ext. 0 or anonymous information may be submitted via the New London Tips 411 system by texting NLPDTip plus the information to Tip411 (847411).

A caretaker set his pet lion on an electrician who demanded to be paid for work at a religious building in Pakistan. Ali Raza unleashed the animal and then watched Police officers try to control the crowd after members of the public were invited to view Robert Mugabe's body as it lies in state at the Rufaro

Electrician Mohammad Rafique went to collect for a job he was owed in Pakistan, only for the client to unleash his pet lion on him. A Pakistani electrician is filing charges against a client who refused to pay their bill and instead According to Gulf News, police say the lion "wounded his face and arm."

The caretaker of a Pakistani house of worship unleashed his pet lion on an electrician who was trying to collect late payment, local police say.

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The incident happened in an area of Punjab province called Shahdra in early September, local police told CNN.

Police said the electrician visited the house of worship multiple times because his wages were overdue, and eventually got into a heated debate with the caretaker -- who then used his pet lion to attack the man.

Authorities said the victim did not initially file a police report because the caretaker promised to get him treatment and pay him compensation. A month passed and the caretaker received neither, so he decided to file a police report.

The caretaker has since been arrested. Police did not say whether the man had a license to own a pet lion or if the lion was still being cared for by the individual or if it had been moved to a zoo.

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