Catholic Priest Mauled By Lion After Trying To Prove God Would Intervene
The Church leader's plans did do not go down to well
A Catholic priest who attempted to prove that God would step forward and save him when he approached a wild lion has been mauled beyond recognition.
The Church leader's had his arms and buttocks mauled as he ran towards the pride of lions in order to prove the power God has over wild animals.
Priest, Alec Ndiwane was viciously attacked by the lion throughout a safari journey. The priest wanted to prove to the church members with him that God would save him.
He entered into a hypnotic trance and began to speak in various languages and after that began to run to the pride of lions that were eating an impala in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
The man started approaching the pack very rapidly and of course, they wanted to secure their kill, or they saw him as prey.
As the man charged up to them, the pride grouped up on him an assaulted. The lions gave chase before one of them took a bite of his buttocks.
Ndiwane stated that he did not have any concept about exactly what came over him but said that humans were offered dominion over all of the Earth's creatures.
Park authorities made a declaration and said that they had not been informed of the incident that was supposed to have actually taken place.
The Priest Realized God Wasn't Not Going to Save Him and ran for his life.
When Ndiwane realized God was not going to help him out, he started to try to run back to the vehicle.
Nevertheless, it was shortly prior to one of the lions caught up with him and bit into his butts.
It was said that he just managed to get away thanks to a nearby game ranger firing shots to scare the lions off.
Ndiwane said that he believed the God desired him to show how mighty he was over animals.
Ndiwane was rushed to a medical facility nearby and had to go through emergency surgery to stitch his wounds up.
He was well enough to be discharged in the future that very same day.
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A Kruger National Park spokesperson said that park authorities had not been warned of the scenario that was supposed to have happened in the park with the lions.
He went on to state that if a ranger had been involved and had shot to the lions as recommended, he would have reported the incident.