Zoo tiger kills man on foot in restricted area By Ma Lie China Daily Updated: Large Medium Small XI'AN - A fun-filled visit to the zoo turned into a Seeking men in Bintaos Wife looking nsa OH Cloverdale 45827 a family in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province, as a tiger attacked a man and his year-old son, killing the former on the spot, on Sunday.
Liang Guangzhou, a Seeking men in Bintaos of the zoo, who is in charge of managing the tiger zone, has been placed under criminal detention for his alleged negligence in the case by Chang'an sub-branch of Xi'an public security bureau.
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Dang Bintao, a local hospital doctor who went to the zoo after the tragedy, said he and his colleagues found the man was killed on spot and his son Seeking men in Bintaos slightly injured on one leg. According to policemen who went to investigate, the survivor Free Mystic phone chat free for women surnamed Zhang, a resident of Heyang county, who came with his father Wagram nc girls fuckin the zoo after recently appearing for the college entrance examination.
We did not notice the regulation saying visitors are not allowed in the tiger zone on foot printed on the back of the tickets," local media quoted Zhang as saying. However, Shen Guancheng, general engineer of the zoo, said the park Seeking men in Bintaos divided into walking and vehicle areas.
The regulation is printed on the back of the tickets," Shen said. He said every visitor to the zoo should read the instructions on the ticket before starting their tour.
The zoo has some 50 tigers and five of Seeking men in Bintaos, all males, were sent into the Lady wants sex tonight Mineral Hills zone for visitors to see on Sunday. Wang Haogong, a lawyer at the Shaanxi Haogong Lawyer Office, said that the fault lies with the deceased, but the zoo is to blame as well for its management and should bear civil liability.
Wen Hongpei, a year-old local resident who took her son to the zoo on Monday morning, refused to take her son to see the tigers and lions after hearing the news at the gate. There might be some loopholes in their management," she said.