Circus bear attacks trainer during performance | Viral: Circus bear in hat and scarf attacks trainer in front of shocked audience
Circus bear goes crazy during performance, attacks trainer
- Terrified children and parents watched in horror as two trainers desperately attempt to pull the animal away from the woman who ultimately fell to the ground
- In the second performance, the powerful animal attacked the woman again as she moved with a hoop in front of her.
- Following the incident, the Russian investigative committee said it was studying video of the attack to check if there were any security breaches during the performance.
A shocking animal incident filmed shows a bear going wild and attacking a trainer during the Harlequin traveling circus in Berezovsky, Russia.
The animal entered the circle wearing a scarf and hat. Suddenly, he rushed over to the female performer and grabbed hold of the legs.
Terrified children and parents watched in horror as two other trainers desperately attempt to pull the animal away from the woman who eventually fell to the ground.
It didn’t stop there. The dear was forced to continue playing despite its violent explosion. In the second performance, the powerful animal attacked the woman again as she moved with a hoop in front of her.
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There was a third bear attack but the show went as planned, according to reports.
Reports also indicated that the circus in particular is famous for dressing bears in human clothes.
In the aftermath of the incident, the Russian investigative committee said it was studying video of the attack to see if there were any security breaches during the performance.
Interestingly, the circus has denied everything despite video evidence that has gone viral on social media. âThere have been no incidents. To put it simply, bears are now in mating season,â a circus spokesperson told Mash Siberia.
This is not an isolated incident of animals attacking circus performers in Russia.
In Mau, a terrifying video showed the moment a lioness manhandled a circus trainer in front of an audience that also included children.
According to a DailyMail report, the sudden attack caused a shock attack in a pregnant woman.
The trainer, identified as Maxim Orlov, was performing in the Urals Traveling Circus when he was maimed by the lioness named Vega.
In 2019, a bear attacked and injured its trainer during a performance in Olonets, northern Russia, a city 180 kilometers from St. Petersburg.
Video of the incident shows the bear, weighing 272 kilograms, pushing a wheelbarrow as it walks on its hind legs. The giant animal suddenly attacks the trainer, bites his head and neck, and forces him to the ground.