In Australia, a koala in the middle of the street attacked a woman who tried to hug her (video)

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In Australia, a koala in the middle of the street attacked a woman who tried to hug her (video)

A resident of Queensland did not know that disturbing a wild animal can be dangerous to health. Netizens joked that she came from the US.

In the Australian state of Queensland, a koala suddenly attacked a local resident in the middle of the street when she tried to hug the animal on the side of the road. The corresponding video, which was published on TikTok, has already gained more than 1 million views, according to the Daily Mail.

In the clip, which was posted under the heading “Teddy Bear Talk Went Wrong,” the person filming the incident can be heard saying, “That bitch is trying to talk to a f*cking koala… It's about to ruin her day and I just happy.”

In the video, a woman can be seen approaching a koala that was sitting on the side of a busy road. After that, she presumably talks to the marsupial. When the woman came closer and tried to hug the wild animal, it became alarmed and rushed at the woman. Then the woman tries to move away, but loses her balance and falls to the ground, followed by a koala attack on a Queenslander while she is lying on the road.

The publication notes that koalas are more likely to become aggressive and attack , if they feel threatened or think that the person is going to harm them.

In the comments, users joked that the victim was probably American, not Australian.

  • “(Here what happens) when the Americans come to Australia,” said a commentator;
  • “Tell me you're not from Australia without telling me you're not from Australia,” said another.

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