He publishes, on social networks, a video that went viral this week. In the photos, which were taken with a security camera, a woman is attacked by a tiger and defends herself from cats using a stick. Initial information indicated that the attack was going to take place in Paraná, but the rumors were later refuted. According to the Times of India portal, the case took place in the city of Mumbai in the Asian country, last Wednesday (29/9). The house is located on the outskirts of the urban Aarey Colony forest.
The security camera captured the moment a tiger swept into the backyard of the house. Then, 55-year-old Nirmala Rampadan Singh enters the scene, walking slowly with the help of a stick. She walks and cleans the sidewalk with her hands and sits with her back to the cat. The woman is unaware that the animal is watching her, which keeps its bright eyes glowing at potential prey.
The scenes of the attack are frightening. The tiger slowly approaches and surprises the old woman, who is trying to get up, and takes the stick – which was next to her – but ends up falling. Apparently the animal is trying to bite the neck of the woman who is defending itself with the baby walker.
The animal tries to bite the woman who runs away and screams for help. The animal surrenders and runs away. Moments later, some men seem to be helping the lady.
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