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Report the tiger attack: the victim reeked of alcohol, refused to talk to the member of parliament

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – A nurse at Lee Memorial Hospital who treated River Rosenquist, A man reaches into the tiger cage at Naples Zoo, smelling the alcohol on Rosenquist as he treats a grisly hand wound.

Rosenquist declined to speak to delegates, according to a new report from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

PRIOR INSURANCE: Can the man attacked by a tiger at the Naples Zoo be charged?

Rosenquist said he did not wish to make any statements and provided deputies with the name and phone number for his defense attorney, Rita Jackman.

READ THE FULL REPORT FROM FWC BELOW (WARNING: IMAGES AFFECTED, CONSULTED VIEWERS):

Rosenquist was hired to clean the gift shop and the bathrooms at the Naples Zoo. He reached into the tiger’s cage and the animal clung to his arm.

A district deputy Collier shot Eko, an 8-year-old male Malayan tiger, in an attempt to get it to let go of Rosenquist’s arm.

RELATED STORY: Naples Zoo Tiger Shot And Killed After Attacking Man Who Got His Hands Trapped In The Enclosure

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Tom Vazquez

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