Kruger National Park – Lion attacks and almos eats Self-styled Christian "prophet" Alec Ndiwane

…what was he thinking

 

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 A lion seen in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Self-styled Christian “prophet” Alec Ndiwane charged a group of lions in the park thinking God would protect him.

A self-styled Christian prophet reportedly tried to prove himself by charging lions at Kruger National Park in South Africa, under the belief that God would intervene.
Instead of being prevented from attacking Alec Ndiwane, one of the lions tore a piece out of his rear end.
Ndiwane is expected to recover.
According to South Africa’s Daily Post newspaper, Ndiwane and members of his church were recently driving by a pack of lions eating an impala. Ndiwane went into a trance, began speaking in tongues, jumped out of the vehicle and ran towards the pack.
The lions charged.

Ndiwane quickly high-tailed it back to the vehicle, but before he could reach safety, one of the lions swatted at him with a clawed paw and slashed his butt.
“I do not know what came over me,” Ndiwane told the Daily Post. “I thought the Lord wanted to use me to show his power over animals. Is it not we were given dominion over all creatures of the earth.”
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The newspaper reported that Ndiwane feared he would lose his left buttock, but emergency surgery saved his rear end.
The event was reminiscent of a 1991 incident in which a self-styled prophet in Nigeria jumped into a lion enclosure at the Ibadan Zoo, where he chanted and spoke in tongues and was eaten by the animals.

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