Daring woman caught on video climbing zoo fence to enter lion’s den

Daring woman caught on video climbing zoo fence to enter lion’s den

- The woman said her soul was pure and that is why she made it out

- She was seen holding out her arms at the animal and shaking her body inside the zoo

- The woman pronounced love to the lion

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A daring woman who entered a lion’s zoo was lucky to come out alive from the king of the jungle's territory.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the woman said she visited the lion’s habitat due to her love for animals and said she fears nothing that breathes.

In the video which was posted on Queen Empress’ Instagram account, the woman climbed over the fence and stepped through the foliage to face the lion despite protests from zoo patrons.

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“I literally went in his habitat and the lion did not go into attack mode. Why? Like all things, even animals know if you are acting out of love and fearlessness,” she said.

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Inside the zoo, she could be seen holding out her arms at the animal and shaking her body.

“I entered his home in peace and he let me leave in peace, my soul is pure and is my reason why I made it out,” she added.

Other clips from the account showed her dancing while pronouncing love to the male lion.

Some social media users bashed her for taking the risk saying she had no respect for the animal.

“You have no respect for nature or life because if the lion had come for you, the beautiful creature would have been killed to save your selfish life,” one Natalie cautioned.
“God protected you and that lion was very distracted from the other people there. You could have been attacked from that wild lion, it was not a wise thing, you did just for show,” another person named Deshaanay commented.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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