When you’re in the wild, remember, the animals are wild.
A safari tour guide from the UK survived a leopard attack after tourists threw objects including a bag at the animal as it tried to get into the truck.
The shocking incident happened at the Kruger National Park in South Africa, as visitors were being shown around the famous site.
Curtis Plumb, 38, of Nhongo Safari Tours, sustained deep cuts and bites to the arm. He remains in hospital in a stable condition.
The mauling just after 1pm on Thursday was caught on camera by tourist Grant Ford and his 13-year-old son, who watched the horrifying incident unfold before their eyes.
According to Mr Ford’s eyewitness account, Mr Plumb stopped his vehicle full of tourists to watch the big cat after they spotted it in the bush.
It was then the predator suddenly attacked.
Read more: Daily Mail