Wednesday, December 26, 2007

About That Tiger Incident in San Francisco...

Just wondering.

Have this guy's whereabouts been accounted for?

He does have a recent history of reckless and criminal behavior.
The big cat exhibit at the San Francisco Zoo was cordoned off as a crime scene Wednesday as investigators tried to determine whether a 300-pound Siberian tiger that killed a visitor escaped from its high-walled pen on its own or got help from someone, inadvertent or otherwise.

Police shot the animal to death after a Christmas Day rampage that began when the tiger escaped from an enclosure surrounded by what zoo officials said are an 18-foot wall and a 20-foot moat. Two brothers who also were visiting the zoo were severely mauled.

Police Chief Heather Fong said the department has opened a criminal investigation to "determine if there was human involvement in the tiger getting out or if the tiger was able to get out on its own."

Police said they have not ruled anything out, including whether the escape was the result of carelessness or a deliberate act.
Lord knows there are enough loons running loose in San Francisco, and Paul Addis certainly qualifies as one.

I wouldn't put it past some punk to think it was edgy to let a Siberian tiger loose for Christmas.

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