Thailand: Tourist thrown to the ground by elephant’s trunk
The heartstopping moment a female tourist was knocked down by an elephant as she attempted to take a selfie with them has gone viral.
Julia Candela had travelled to Thailand in order to visit the animal sanctuary in Chiang Mai, a city in the mountainous north of the Asian nation.
The 22-year-old visited the elephants during the trip, but was left red-faced after her attempts at grabbing a picture with the mammals turned sour.
In footage, Candela was seen smiling as one of the elephants wrapped its trunk around her waist.
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Soon, other elephants followed suit.
But according to a Jam Press video, the elephants then turned on the woman, throwing her to the ground.
Despite the panic, Candela, a medical student, is seen giggling in the footage.
Thankfully, she does not appear to be injured either.
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The tourist shared her video on TikTok, and it has so far received more than 11 million views, while garnering more than one million likes.
Alongside the upload, Candela wrote: “I didn’t want to upload it, but you have to laugh at yourself.”
Underneath the video, hundreds of TikTok users commented with laughing emojis, poking fun at the video.
The viral video has seen Candela now boast more than 22,000 TikTok followers.
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