Perhaps they need a new chef
International News Alert: Taipei, Taiwan
An orangutan, helpfully described as “hulking”, escaped from his cage at the local zoo and headed directly for the nearest restaurant. Unable to get any service, he “gleefully” began tossing picnic tables and motorbikes about the place. Terrified diners were “forced to cower” while inside the restaurant. This baffles me…anyway, the unfortunate ape never received a menu, let alone a bite to eat. Instead, he was shot with a stun gun, scooped up by a small bulldozer, and returned to his regular meals at the zoo.
A crocodile recently chomped off the arm of a veterinarian at this same (Shaoshan) zoo. Clearly the animals are unhappy with their current diet. To be effective in overcoming these violent dietary demands, the management at the zoo needs to understand why they occur. Understanding the motivation for these violent expressions will lead to an effective strategy (such as the hiring of a new chef), reducing the number of chomped veterinarians and cowering diners.
And that’s a good thing.
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