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If you think the town you live in has problems, well, think again.
According to Times Now News, three people were injured earlier this month when a wild leopard strayed into a housing colony in Palhar Nagar area in Indore, India. All three were trying to capture the beast before it hurt anybody, but as you can see in the video below, that didn’t happen.
Yeah, no thanks. I’ll take my chances with the high crime rates in my city instead of the possibility of getting mauled by a leopard on my way to Starbucks.
Officials said the eight-year-old leopard came from a nearby forested area, and it took two tranquilizing darts to knock him out. One of the three people injured during the attempted capture was a forest official who thought the first tranquilizing dart did the trick, but that obviously wasn’t the case.
This monkey seems to be a tad more playful: Just A Monkey Grabbing A Tourist’s Bare Boob
The good news for the injured humans is that none of the injuries are life-threatening. The bad news? You guessed it – officials will be releasing the leopard back into the wild after running some medical tests on it.
And that, kids, means you might see a few homes go up for sale in Indore, India. I mean, that’s as good as any reason to get the hell out of there.