Ben Chilwell Banned? Criticised By RSPCA for ‘tug of war’ with A Tiger
The Chelsea left-back was shown interacting with the predator in a video on social media while away on holiday. With the predator seen biting one end of a meat-covered rope from inside an enclosure while the Chelsea star pulled in the opposite direction from the safety of the visiting area.
“We don’t feel this activity promotes respect for these wild animals and should not be marketed for public entertainment,” the animal charity’s statement reads.
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“Zoos often state that their aim is to educate the public and have a positive influence on visitor behaviour in ways that will directly benefit conservation.
“While we understand zoos which do this may feel that a ‘tug-of-war’ provides physical enrichment for big cats, there are many alternative ways of doing this.”JAMB Result
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