‘I thought I was going to die’: A man was attacked by a herd of wild otters in Singapore
December 12, 2021 14:22 GMT
The victim says: “I weigh more than 90 kilograms, and I could not get up without the help of my friend. If an otter attacked a girl or a boy, she certainly would not survive.”
On November 30, Graham Spencer, a 60-year-old Briton, went out for his usual morning walk through the Singapore Botanic Gardens when, suddenly, he was A flock of wild otters attacked her they left him 26 wounds On the buttocks, legs and fingers.
“The whole process took 10 to 12 seconds, and I couldn’t move… I thought I was going to die‘, Spencer recalls in comments to Reuters. “If my face or neck had been bitten, I would have been dead,” he thinks.
According to him, about 20 foxes ambush him, causing him to fall to the ground, at which point they begin to climb over him and bite him.
Spencer managed to escape, after a friend chased the otters by screaming, after which he helped him get back on his feet.
“I weighed over 200 pounds and could not get up without the help of my friend. If otters attacked a girl or a boy, He definitely won’t survive‘ says the man.
Otters are generally peaceful creatures and rarely attack humans, unless they feel threatened. Spencer believes that the members of the pack I confused him With a runner he overtaken and trampled on one of the animals.
Spencer hopes authorities will take steps to prevent these types of accidents, such as installing more solar-powered lights along roads.
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