Little Boy Gives Absolutely No Sh*ts As Lion Tries To Attack Him From Behind Glass
| Last updated
This is the hilariously frightening moment a lion attempted to attack a clueless little LAD through a pane of glass at the Dubai Safari Park in the United Arab Emirates.
To be fair to the lion, maybe he was trying to pat the boy on the head. Maybe.
Whatever. This is the definition of not giving AF. He doesn't even flinch. Probably because he's got his back turned but even when he does come face to face with the huge animal he's still not really arsed.
The youngster's dad said his son was too tired to walk and decided to rest and the lion headed straight for him, according to the MailOnline.
Onlookers screamed watching the lion hit its paw against the glass where the boy was chilling out.
His father encouraged him to turn his back and look behind him. What a way to scare your kid for life...
Or maybe not.
As the lions paws slid down the glass, the boy got up and turned around. But instead of screaming, crying and going home like most kids (and adults to be fair) would, this kid laughed before putting his teeny, tiny hand on the glass.
One woman who visited Taygan Safari Park in Crimea, Ukraine, wasn't as lucky when she bent down to pose with a seemingly docile lion.
Olga Solomina, 46, touched the lion's mane and the animal launched into a ruthless attack, mauling her and attempting to drag her away by her arm.
Speaking to the Metro, Olga said: "I squatted down and put my hand on the lion as I was told. Next moment it grasped my arm and dragged me like a rag doll.
"The other lions jumped to their feet. I closed my eyes in fear waiting to be torn apart by the pride. It lasted several seconds that felt like eternity for me."
And it isn't just lions that are prone to attacking people, as this crocodile in Thailand proved when it chomped down on a handler's arm as he performed a stunt in from of around 100 visitors on July 29.
The handler, called Tao, shoved his arm right down the croc's throat and tickled his throat with a stick.
But the reptile decided that enough was enough and suddenly clamped its jaw down on Tao's arm before shaking him vigorously from side to side.
Khun Phusawit, 35, who was visiting the zoo with his wife and children, said: "The show was very good until that happened. I hope that the may is okay and he gets better soon.
"Everybody was shocked when it happened. The kids were a little bit scared."
See, something like that would be enough to scare the living daylights out of any normal kid...