Woman Attacked By Jaguar At Wildlife Zoo (REAL)
A woman is recovering after being attacked by a jaguar at an Arizona zoo over the weekend. How'd it happen? She was trying to get "the perfect selfie."
The unnamed 30-year-old woman was apparently attacked while trying to take a selfie near the jaguar enclosure at the Wildlife World Zoo in Arizona when the big cat reached out and grabbed her arm. According to zoo officials, the woman crossed over a barrier in order to get the photo.
How'd she get away? Another woman distracted the jaguar with a water bottle. In the end, our selfie taker suffered a nasty arm laceration and was taken to the hospital, but was later released. The jaguar was back in its enclosure and because the human is who made the "error," the animal won't be put down. Officials say they'll be deciding whether or not more barriers need to be put in place.
Mark Zuckerberg Has Secret Getaway Chute In Conference Room (REAL)
You can never be too careful these days...if your Mark Zuckerberg. Being the CEO of Facebook comes with its share of security and security measures. According to a new report, Facebook has spent more than $10-million protecting Zuck in the last year alone.
And some Facebook employees are whispering that he even has a "panic chute," hidden in the floor of the main conference room. If true, it reportedly leads directly to the parking garage of the company's Menlo Park, California, headquarters. That very same conference room also reportedly has bullet-resistant windows and a panic button.
There's also Zuckerberg's security detail to consider. The rumor is that officers are posted near his desk and wear "regular clothes" to blend in with software engineers...should it be needed, the idea is that they can use the chute to get him out of the office in an emergency. Facebook has declined to comment on the reports.
Source: Business Insider