We may be preaching to the choir, but here's something to remember next time you visit a zoo: Just because the animals are held captive in cages does not make them domesticated like your household pet. So unless you're at a petting zoo, it would behoove you to keep your limbs and digits to yourself. Or suffer the consequences.
This past Friday, a woman visiting the Berlin Zoo decided it would be a good idea to jump the fence around the polar bear habitat. Why? We're not sure; we hear she was suicidal. But luckily, for her, they were able to rescue her with only a couple bites suffered to her arm and legs. Now, just because we laughed when we first heard about another person getting attacked by a wild animal in zoo, doesn't mean we're insensitive. In fact, in order to ensure that you don't become a statistic, we put together a collection of video clips to show you what can happen when you get caught slippin'. Don't say we didn't warn you...
TOURIST INVADES PANDA'S PERSONAL SPACE
This ain't Kung Fu Panda, homie.
CROCODILE BITES MAN
We wouldn't wish death on anyone, but we'd chalk this one up to Darwinism.
LIONS AREN'T FOR PETTING
No matter how friendly they may seem, a lion is still a fucking lion. Act accordingly.
POLAR BEAR ATTACKS WOMAN
Any animal with the word "bear" at the end of its name should be viewed from 10 ft away. Yes, even Koalas.
TIGER MAULS MAN
As Chris Rock said, this is what happens when tigers "go tiger."