Richard Mileski has come to be killed by a camel at a wildlife park in Mexico after it was denied its daily can of Coca Cola.
Offered Tulum Civil Defense official Alberto Canto via the Associated Press:
“The camel kicked and bit him practically to death, and when he was almost dead, he sat on him,”
“Between the blows and the weight of the camel on top of him, he was asphyxiated.”
While it was unclear why the animal, which was in a kind of enclosure, attacked Mileski, Canto said some versions suggest the camel was upset at not getting a soft drink.
‘One version is that he would always give him a Coca-Cola to drink, and apparently, that day he didn’t give him the Coca-Cola,’ Canto said, adding, ‘there are a lot of versions.’
So incensed was the camel after being denied its can of Coca Cola that it had to eventually be pulled off of Mileski’s body with a rope tied to a truck.
Brief pause. What to think. What to say…? Never spurn a camel…never mind I’ll just stick to my goldfish.
Since the untimely incident authorities have seized the camel, along with 13 spider monkeys, two emus, six deer, two llamas and a wild boar, and are holding them at the park pending an investigation by Mexico’s Attorney General’s office for Environmental Protection.