At the Indonesian zoo, an orangutan grabs a visitor through the bars and won’t let go.
Great apes known as orangutans often exhibit nonaggression and are native to the forests of Indonesia and Malaysia. According to technology news agencies, the video, which started to appear on Tuesday, was footage from a conversation that took place on Monday at the Kasang Kulim Zoo in the Indonesian province of Riau.
According to the technology news, The man, who was unharmed throughout the tense altercation, was eventually named Hasan Arifin. Arifin is seen breaking free as people drag him apart from the creature.
Desrizal, the manager of Kasang Kulim Zoo, issued an apology via social media and said that Arifin had violated the zoo’s safety policy by going over the fence in an effort to take a video of the animal. Tina is the name of the orangutan.
The tourist hopped into the orangutan cage’s guardrail on Monday afternoon to take a video even without the officer’s approval, according to the management. By hopping over the barrier and hitting the orangutan, the tourist broke the rules.