The Elephant Again Trampled The Driver In Phuket

Phuket animals rebelled. Over the past week happened the second attack elephant on the pursuer. The latest incident occurred on the territory of the Safari Park Phuchada Safari during tourist trips.
Nothing boded trouble: tourists had a good time, riding on an elephant, but then suddenly he seized the mahout with its trunk, threw him to the ground, and then trampled. According to preliminary information, the deceased driver was in a state of alcoholic intoxication. This has led to the fact that the animal was angry.
A few days earlier the elephant had even link to the chain. The fact that 23-year-old animal showed signs of aggression during the mating period. In turn, the owner of the elephant on Monday felt that he had calmed down, so it can return to work. It took only a few hours to return the animal to its attack on the employee.

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