According to reports, a Floridian paid the price for “complete contact” with a black panther and was eventually seriously injured.
According to the South Florida “Sun”, the animal was kept in the backyard zoo in Davie, Florida, and attacked it when visitors entered the quarantine area.
According to Miami’s WPLG TV station, the customer, 50-year-old Dwight Turner, paid $150 to get close to the animal to “play with it, rub his belly and take pictures”.
According to Jacksonville’s “Fox 30” report, investigators said that after the big cat mated with him, Turner’s scalp “hanged from his head and his right ear was torn in half.”
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An official of the Florida Animal Rights Foundation blew up commercial activities, such as the reported attack on the animal sanctuary on August 31.
Nick Atwood, the organization’s campaign coordinator, told The Sun. “When the public comes into direct contact with captive wild animals, both humans and animals are harmed.”
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WPLG reports that the owner of the David Reserve, named Michael Poggi, has obtained permission to operate the attraction. Authorities said he was accused of allowing full contact with an extremely dangerous animal and leaving captive wild animals in an unsafe state.