Wednesday, December 26, 2007


Tatiana was a 350-pound Siberian tiger. She got out of her enclosure at the San Francisco Zoo on Christmas. One man is dead; two others are wounded.

As the San Francisco Chronicle reports:
Zoo officials are still unsure how the tiger escaped the enclosure. Authorities believe it initially attacked all three victims, killing [17-year-old Carlos Sousa Jr.]. Officials believe the cat then followed blood trails to Terrace Cafe, where it cornered the other boys, brothers ages 19 and 23.

Although some zoo officials speculate the threesome may have teased the tiger, San Francisco police Lt. Leroy Lindo said police currently have no reason to believe the three men taunted the animal prior to the attack, which happened shortly after the zoo's 5 p.m. closing time. Dozens of visitors and some employees were still inside the zoo at the time.
Cops shot the tiger to death. Too bad she died while following her nature.


Anonymous said...

And now they think these boys may have possibly taunted the tiger before she attacked them. When will people learn not ot taunt and torture animals? Karma's a bi*ch. That's all I have to say.

Anonymous said...

Anybody know if the poor bastard was wearing a KU sweatshirt?

Rock, Chalk, Nngaaaah!!!

Karma, indeed.

Anonymous said...

Instead of killing the cat, they should've sent it to the next Democrat Presidential debate.