A crocodile attacked a zookeeper during a live show in South Africa, the video of which went viral on social media.
During a live show in South Africa, a wildlife park employee was attacked by a crocodile while sitting on his back, a foreign news agency reported.
The incident took place on September 10 at Crocodile Creek Farm in KwaZulu-Natal province.
According to reports, zookeeper Sean Le Class was on the back of a crocodile in front of a group of tourists when the crocodile suddenly attacked him.
An employee who cared for Hannibal for 30 years was heard to say, ‘It’s the only crocodile I can sit on and talk to.’ At the same time the crocodile turns its head and tightens its jaws.
According to reports, Kallus was earlier bitten by another crocodile, which left him with a leg injury that crippled him for 11 months.
“Sean was cut on his leg but he stitched it up himself and was back at work within 20 minutes,” the spokesman said.