A LEOPARD holds a wine bottle between its big paws and appears able to take a drink from it.
The beast additionally grabbed a glass in its jaws, holding it by the stem, after gatecrashing a safari picnic.
A photographer captured this snap of a leopard holding a bottle of pink wine – wanting able to take a drink from it
The beast additionally grabbed a glass in its jaws
It was drawn to the picnic basket by the odor of salmon canapés, mentioned photographer Alan Hillen, 52
The driving force with Alan and spouse Michele, 49, later retrieved the Leopard’s Leap merlot and so they toasted their day with it in Grahamstown, South Africa.
Alan mentioned: “Seeing all of it occur was simply wonderful.”
“The picnic packing containers are stored on the rear of the automobile and in them there have been salmon canapés and different nibbles, together with a glass of wine to observe the solar happening.
“Clearly the leopard will need to have smelt the salmon canapes. It pulled the picnic off the again of the jeep and pulled it over to the facet of the tree.
“The driving force received out. The one factor they’ve for cover is a stick. They don’t carry weapons or something, so that you signal disclaimers once you go into these locations.
“He received out with a persist with try to scare it off and get the picnic again, however the leopard hefted at him and we laughed as a result of he mentioned, ‘I’ll let him hold it this time’.
“He received again in and drove over to the place we may watch it tearing the picnic aside.
“It was tearing the bag aside and subsequent out comes a wine bottle. It had the paws throughout it and had the highest of the bottle [in its mouth] prefer it was making an attempt to drink it.
“It’s a type of whole one-in-a-million pictures. After that, it pulled the wine glass out as effectively. It walked round over to a tree with it.”
The leopard rips into a part of the safari picnic after pulling it off again of the jeep
It was drawn to the picnic basket by the odor of salmon canapés
Michele, 49, later retrieved the Leopard’s Leap merlot and so they toasted their day with it in Grahamstown, South Africa
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