If suicide involves swallowing or hanging poison for some people, that young man's a bit special. The Santiago Zoo (Chile) had its doors opened to let anyone who would like to visit the zoo's animals. Franco Luis Ferrada, a 20-year-old young man, can thus access him as a simple visitor. But behind his head, the latter had an objective.
Luis will try to end his life before this crowd, who looked at the animals like him. So that he could make it fast, he suddenly unloaded himself, naked as a worm, into the felines before the lions' enclosure.
A tragic scene that shocked the numerous witnesses on the scene. The rescue teams had to kill the feuds to free him from their fangs in order to save him from his terrible act of suicide. The candidate for suicide survived miraculously, despite serious injuries.
This scene, which was shot and then transmitted on social networks, caused anger on Facebook and Twitter by Internet users who were angry and for whom another way could be found to protect suicidal animals instead of killing them.
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