Viral Message: The Paris Zoological Park is being sued after a woman claims she was sexually assaulted by a hippopotamus that had escaped the zoo for only a few hours yesterday.
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Viral message example- The large semiaquatic mammal apparently was able to slip out of its enclosure last night after massive flooding and a fallen tree severely damaged the security fence.
Geraldine Boudin, 54, owner of a bakery next to the Zoological Park, is suing the zoo’s administration after she claims she was sexually assaulted by the huge beast after she was returning home that night.
“At first I could not believe what I saw. I was terrified,” she told reporters.
“It ran towards me, pushed me to the ground and just jumped on me, grunting,” she recalls, visibly still traumatized.
Viral Message Verification:- As viral on the social media the message regarding Geraldine Boudin with the title “400-pound woman sues Paris Zoo after escaped hippo tried to rape her” is not true.
The news was published on one of the famous satire website worldnewsdailyreport.com.
The image used in the news as well is not original, it has been copied from channel4
There was a incident earlier in Jan 26, 2018 when some animals escaped the zoo, as per dailymail. As per the Dailymail article published earliar
Paris zoo is evacuated after 52 baboons escape their enclosure
Fifty-two of the primates got out of Paris's main zoo today, forcing it to be closed
Worker at the attraction in the Vincennes area spotted the breakout this morning
Since the initial escape, most of the primates have been caught - except for four
The website World News Daily Report is quite known for spreading Hoax news, though it comes with disclaimer at the bottom of its page, yet people start up believing the news.
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