Electrician is mauled by caretaker’s pet LION after he complained he had not been paid for work carried out at religious building in Pakistan
- Mohammad Rafique was mauled by a lion after demanding wages from Ali Raza
- He didn’t report it to police until Raza refused to pay for his medical treatment
- Raza has now been charged with attempted murder after unleashing his lion
An electrician was mauled by a caretaker’s pet lion that he unleashed after complaining that he hadn’t been paid for work he did on a religious building in Pakistan.
The caretaker has now been charged with attempted murder, according to local media.
According to the police, electrician Mohammad Rafique didn’t file a complaint against Ali Raza for a whole month.
An electrician was mauled by a caretaker’s pet lion that he unleashed after complaining that he hadn’t been paid for work he did on a religious building in Pakistan
It was only when Raza, a caretaker of a congregation hall in Sada-e-Imam Hussain, refused to pay for Rafique’s medical treatment and compensation that he reported it to police.
Rafique had been hired to work on the building of the congregation hall but when he demanded wages after completing the job, Raza told him to come later.
According to Gulf News, police said: ‘The caretaker kept delayed the payment.
‘But when Rafique persisted, Raza got annoyed and unleashed his pet lion on him.
‘The lion wounded his face and arm.’
Rafique’s cries for help caught the attention of passersby who rescued him from the lion.
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