- A female domestic tourist has been attacked by a crocodile in a video
- The heart-rending incident occurred at a crocodile pond in Ave-Dakpa in the Volta Region of Ghana
- The video has gained massive traction on social media
Some domestic tourists have been attacked by a crocodile as they visited a crocodile pond in Ave-Dakpa in the Volta Region of Ghana.
In a video from the incident, the crocodile is seen emerging from a pond as the tourists watched on with great delight.
However, their joy quickly turned to a complete state of distress and a cry for help as the crocodile launched an attack on them while they posed for photos.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the usual practice is that the tourist guide feeds the crocodile first with a fowl before tourists get closer, and they do so from behind and not from the sides.
But in this instance, the tour guide reportedly failed to feed the crocodile before allowing the people to start posing alongside the reptile.
Although the crocodile initially remained calm as the tourists took turns to take photos with it, it suddenly attacked a woman who touched it from the side.
The video shows the tourists and the guards running for their lives as the reptile attacked the woman.
Watch the video.
In other Briefly.co.za news, Ghanaian child poet Nakeeyat Dramani has delivered a sterling spoken word tribute in celebration of media titan, Fadda Dickson, as he marked his new age on January 1.
The managing director of the Despite Media Group turned a year older on Friday, January 1, and Nakeeyet delivered a flawless performance to highlight his matchless attributes.
At an event that was dubbed UTV Day with the Stars, the talented child poet once again enthralled her fans and UTV viewers with her impressive flair and verve for spoken word. in this instance, the tour guide failed to feed the crocodile before allowing the people to start posing alongside the reptile.
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