Was he so grateful?A kangaroo saved by two strangers from a frozen lake twists to catch attacking a cyclist after a miraculous rescue
- A fiery Lou attacking a cyclist was captured on Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra
- The footage shows a kangaroo looking down at a passing cyclist.
- The kangaroo soon approached and began to attack the bicycle
- The cyclist had to get off the bike and use it as a shield to prevent it from hitting.
- Lou was previously rescued from the frozen waters of the lake on Tuesday
A kangaroo saved from a particular death in the freezing lake waters passing by two kind gentlemen, sees its true color in a new video that can be seen attacking a cyclist on a morning ride. Shown.
Francesco Collodi has a slightly more aggressive video Ticktaku A fiery kangaroo approaches a hibis-clad cyclist on Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra on Tuesday.
Marsupials were safely pulled early that morning by two men who were willing to walk into the cold waters of the lake at dawn, which was considered a heartwarming rescue by witnesses.
However, shortly after the miracle escape, the kangaroo found himself looking down at a cyclist in a highly visible jacket as he tried to cycle along the promenade by the lake.
As Lou began to hit the bike, the cyclist got off the bike and used it as a shield against the animals.
Francesco Collodi shared a video of a fiery kangaroo approaching a cyclist at Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra on Tuesday to TikTok.
As the cyclist protected himself on his bicycle, the kangaroo continued to draw a circle and threw a punch.
The cyclist seemed calm, but tried to turn the kangaroo by pointing his hand at the grass in the opposite direction.
But when the video was over, the intense Lou had no plans to stop the attack.
Many users of social media platforms quickly pointed out the rescue of kangaroos on the same lake early in the morning.
One user writes: “Isn’t WAITWAITWAIT the same kangaroo that two men went to rescue him underwater?”
Another wrote: “Is it the same thing that needed to help get out of the water early?”
Third statement: “Is this the first part or the sequel?”
Many users of social media platforms quickly pointed out that kangaroos were rescued in the same place in the morning.
On Tuesday morning, David Boyd saw a kangaroo stuck in the icy waters of Lake Burley Griffin and Facebook footage of two men jumping in to save the frightened and exhausted Lou. Posted in.
In this video, two men stretch their arms and slowly move towards the frightened underwater roux, calling for them to approach.
Looking carefully at the two men approaching, I saw a little Lou trembling.
As soon as the man on the left side of the video reached out to grab the kangaroo, it began to swing his arms in fear.
Fortunately, the two men were able to grab the worried Lou and safely lift it to the promenade where the third man was waiting for help.
The three men managed to calm down when the kangaroo reached out to one of them, as Mr. Boyd thought it was a way to express his gratitude.
“Oh, he’s grateful to you,” Boyd can be heard behind the camera.
Boyd wrote on a social media platform that the kangaroo was a little shocked and it took about 30 minutes for the animals to rejuvenate.
David Boyd posted on Facebook a video of two men jumping in to save scary and exhausted Lou after seeing a kangaroo stuck in the icy waters on Tuesday morning.
A kangaroo rescued from below freezing in Canberra was found attacking a cyclist
SourceA kangaroo rescued from below freezing in Canberra was found attacking a cyclist