Lacking Teen's Stays Present in Lion's Enclosure at Pakistani Zoo

Missing Teen's Remains Found in Lion's Enclosure at Pakistani Zoo

A felony investigation is underway after a lacking teenager’s stays had been discovered inside a lion’s enclosure at a Pakistani zoo.

In accordance with CNN, 18-year-old Muhammad Bilal labored as a gardener at Lahore Safari Zoo and was first reported lacking on Monday.

On Wednesday, a human cranium and two bones had been discovered inside an enclosure at Safari Park Lahore in an space that housed 4 lions, Chaudhary Shafqat, deputy director of Lahore Safari Zoo, informed the outlet.

Fragments of Bilal’s clothes had been additionally discovered within the enclosure.

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It’s unclear how Bilal entered the lion pen, nevertheless, Shafqat contended that “the ability was completely secure.”

“There’s a security fence in place, however that’s to maintain the animals of their enclosures,” he informed AFP.

He defined that police are investigating whether or not the teenager went in by selection or if he was thrown over the fence by one other individual.

That is the primary time an incident of this sort has occurred on the park, Shafqat added.

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A consultant from Lahore Safari Zoo didn’t instantly return PEOPLE’s request for remark.

In accordance with AFP, the police shall be reviewing digicam footage from the park to find out how the incident occurred.