People Outraged After Zoo Dispute Ends With A Live Donkey Getting Fed To Tigers (DISTURBING)

Some of you are going to say “the Tigers shouldn’t be in the zoo anyways” and I 100% agree. This isn’t their fault. They see a live animal in their enclosure this is what you expect to happen. BUT the pissed of zoo people should never have done this, especially in front of a bunch of visitors. This is beyond f*CKED!

According to Unilad: A Chinese zoo has been publicly criticized after feeding a live donkey to a pack of hungry captive tigers.

Horrified tourists looked on as a group of zoo staff members pushed a live donkey into a tiger enclosure, only to witness them tearing the animal apart thanks to their natural hunting instinct.

According to eye-witness reports, a disgruntled shareholder ordered the donkey’s savage death at the Yancheng Wild Animal World – also known as the Yancheng Safari Park.

In viral footage taken by one tourist, people can be heard shouting, ‘No, they wouldn’t!’. Yet, a group of men wearing translucent red raincoats proceed to follow orders and push the donkey into a moat inside the tiger pen.

The tigers quickly start the hunt biting and clawing at the helpless animal, but the donkey is believed to have survived for up to an hour.

The killing took place in front of families with young children visiting the zoo.

Members of the public were outraged that the popular zoo in Yancheng City, in East China’s Jiangsu Province, would pull such a stunt, but the facility claims it was not their staff who did it.

A statement released by the zoo to local media claims it was one of their shareholders who had his men feed the donkey to the resident tigers – whose exact species was not specified.

Youtube – This incident happened on 5 June 2017 afternoon at Yancheng Safari Park, Yancheng city, Jiangsu province, in front of stunned visitors.

A group of angry zoo investors, after a dispute with the zoo management, pushed a live donkey into the zoo’s tigers’ enclosure.

What a terrible thing to do in front of a bunch of people, dispute or not.