During Spring Break American, Britton Hayes has been spending his holiday in Tanzania.
While on a safari in a Jeep a cheetah entered the back of his vehicle. Protocol on a safari if an animal approaches is to park it and remain absolutely still, no movement and do not make eye contact. Last thing you want is to appear as a threat.
WATCH: This spring break trip turned wild when cheetahs jumped into a group’s safari jeep, forcing this man to freeze in place for 10 minutes until the ferocious cats left. pic.twitter.com/lweGJr5cah
— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 29, 2018
I love how this cheetah latched its claws into the leather headrest of the Jeep, just like our cats at home no respect for the furniture.