With the recent big cat attack, should people be fined for crossing over barriers?

By Torina . Created on Mar 13, 2019
A woman crossed over a barrier to get a selfie pic next to a jaguar exhibit containing the big cat which attacked her
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Yes
Kathy said on Apr 1, 2019
Crossing a security barrier within wild animal enclosures is just stupidity.
Britt said on Mar 25, 2019
Not sure
Yes
Anonymous said on Mar 16, 2019
I say either they should be fined or just big kitty food for not being smart
Michelle said on Mar 16, 2019
Absolutely they should. The barriers are there for a reason. Protection for both.
Candi said on Mar 16, 2019
No, they should be slapped, and then Shoved on over. These people make the rest of us look bad. Hello These are NEVER bunny rabbits. If they want to test Wild Animals' reality then they need to go live in the jungle. I mean my gosh. Come on now
Yes
Connie said on Mar 15, 2019
The barrier is there to warn you of something or keep you out
No
QcMaggie said on Mar 15, 2019
I meant to vote for "yes" . They should fine people, if they want to take a selfie with an animal, there's local trainers that you can go see (and pay) and take selfies with the animals.
Ana said on Mar 15, 2019
Yes