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A videograb shows lion coming out of a public toilet.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
A video clip of lioness coming out of a public toilet in India has gone viral and netizens are all praise for the hygiene cautious animal.
It seems that the lioness was too impressed by ‘Clean India’ campaign that he decided to use a public toilet.
The one-minute video was shared on twitter by WildLense Eco Foundation with a warning that people must stay cautious while using public toilets as ‘others’ could be using them as well.
The caption posted along with the video read, “Loo is not always safe… it can be used by others too.”
In the video clip the lion is seen coming out of public toilet.
The big cat takes a brief stroll around the toilet inspecting the surrounding before disappearing in the nearby jungle.
The WildLense Eco Foundation also tagged Susanta Nanda, IFS.
Susanta while reacting to the video said the lion was probably trying to keep its surroundings clean.
Netizens had mixed reactions, some took it seriously while many others found the video funny.
One user wished to train his son to be as good as the lioness in using the loo.
“I need the contact number of the person to train my son too,” he remarked.
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