The Colombian singer said the animals attacked her, before grabbing her bag and retreating with him into the woods. On Wednesday, she shared her bizarre story in a series of Instagram stories.
Holding the now recovered but torn bag towards the camera, he said: “Watch how two wild boars that attacked me in the park left my bag.” “They were carrying my bag in the woods with my cell phone in it,” the singer continued.
“They destroyed everything. Then she turned to her son, whose father is Barcelona footballer Gerard Piqué, and said:” Milan are telling the truth. Tell how your mother resisted the boar. Shakira is the latest victim of the increasingly aggressive pigs that have invaded the Catalan capital in recent years.
In 2016, Spanish police received 1,187 phone calls about feral pigs attacking dogs, ransacking cat eaters, blocking traffic and hitting cars in the city. In 2013, a city police officer attempted to take over the problem and shot a wild boar with his service revolver, but missed and hit his partner instead.
Wild boars, which can carry a wide variety of diseases, are ranked among the most invasive species in the world and can survive in almost any environment. But more and more animals are drawn to cities, where they live off the waste dumped by humans.
Their numbers have exploded all over the world. Europe, with the latest estimates now exceeding around 10 million across the continent. As they became more aggressive and more boring, many cities used various strategies to reduce their numbers.
In Berlin, urban hunters have killed thousands of animals, but the problem persists. Police in Rome sparked outrage last year after they shot and killed a family of wild boars who roamed a children’s playground with tranquilizer darts and gave them deadly injections.
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