An angry Chinese woman will forever regret the moment she flared up inside a car at a wildlife park in Beijing, and chose to walk away–an event which drew another occupant of the said vehicle to her death. How did that happen?
The two women were part of a four-member group being driven through Badaling Safari World, where part of the attraction is how closely the freely roaming lions and tigers can get to the vehicles.
The question should rather be, what should one do when anger sets it? Do you get angry when you’re right? Or do you get angry when you’re wrong? Sadly, most people don’t realize the difference until they’ve made mistakes that’ll forever haunt them.
In this case, a group of persons–friends or family–never knew death was lurking in the dark when they visited Beijing’s wildlife park July 23.
Of course, they knew there were lions and other flesh-eating animals but who says one can’t have fun in the jungle?
On getting to the location, reports say, one of the passengers angrily opened the door and banged it as she walks away, probably forgetting where she was. Could it have been a calculated suicide attempt?
CCTV camera shows the angry woman got out of the car at 15:00:13
Reports are yet to reveal the reasons that led to the horrible incident. Names of the victims or details about their relationship have been kept confidential.
An already nerve-wrecking situation got complicated when another lady opened the car door from the other side, in an attempt to get the angry one back into the car. Then the worst happened.
As fate would have it, one of the tigers was quick to rush and grab the Good Samaritan, mauling her to death.
CCTV footage shows the Good Samaritan came out in 11 seconds and was unfortunately mauled to death while the first woman lives.
Mainland media reports said the angry woman ended up sustaining bruises but will live to remember July 23.
According to SCMP, park management was able to rescue the first woman, who was quickly sent to a hospital and was in stable condition on Sunday.
“The two women were part of a four-member group being driven through Badaling Safari World, where part of the attraction is how closely the freely roaming lions and tigers can get to the vehicles,” according to the Legal Evening News.
Visitors to the park, located in the Yanqing district near the Great Wall, are permitted to drive their own vehicles through the area but are warned not to get out.
The park has been ordered to temporarily close while an investigation is carried out.