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Zoo Attendant Trying To Impress Tourists By Placing His Finger In A Lion’s Mouth Pays The Ultimate Price By Leaving Without The Finger [VIDEO]

After attempting to demonstrate his playing skills with a lion while on duty, a zoo guide was left in terrible discomfort.

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Tourists flocked to the St. Elizabeth zoo in Jamaica, and one of the zoo staffers who was showing them around decided to play with one of the lions in front of them.
Unfortunately, the attempts to entertain and excite the tourists failed miserably when the attendant’s finger became trapped in the ravenous lion’s mouth.

The Zoo attendant paid the ultimate price when his right ring finger was partially chewed off after poking his hand through the chain-link lion’s cage.

The incident happened at 4:22 p.m. on Friday, May 20, according to sources, and the horrific scene was captured on camera.

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See the video below for more information.

Below are some reactions that trailed the video –

db_naturals_ wrote;

But why are you standing that close to a lion? You think say na Bollywood?

mrlilgaga wrote;

Now the lion has tasted human blood, will want more and too dangerous. Needs to be sent into the deep Bush or we risk the lives of visitors and workers

_chynwe wrote;

Now you have a story to tell your kids, people act foolishly. If you like lie and say you were helping Samson to fight lion.

vivian__chidimma wrote;

You never feed lion,you dey give am your hand he’ll surely bite the fingers that fed him

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