Woman Climbs Over Barrier For Selfie With Jaguar In Zoo – Any Guesses What Happened?

According to the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Arizona, a woman crawled over a barrier to get a selfie with a jaguar.

According to the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari Park in Arizona, a woman crawled over a barrier to get a selfie with a jaguar.

In doing so, the jaguar attacked the woman leaving her with serious injuries to her arm.

Fortunately, the zoo assures nothing will happen to the jaguar.

“We can promise you nothing will happen to our jaguar,” tweeted the zoo. “She’s a wild animal and there were proper barriers in place to keep our guests safe – not a wild animals fault when barriers are crossed. Still sending prayers to her and her family.”

The jaguar should sue the woman for home invasion. #TeamJaguar

What on earth was she thinking?

Anderson Cooper Shuts Down “Selfie” Request From Journalist At Site Of Ottawa Shooting

CNN’s Anderson Cooper does not suffer fools lightly.

Reporting from Ottawa last night on the tragic shootings at Canada’s National War Memorial and Parliament, a “journalist” named Vandon Gene who was a contributor to the Sun News approached Cooper about taking a “selfie” with him near the location of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s fatal shooting.

Cooper made clear he thought it highly inappropriate and that he was there to report on the incident, not smile for the guy’s camera near the site of the soldier’s death.

Gene apparently thought this made Cooper a jerk, so he pulled out his phone and recorded another request for a pic wherein Cooper repeats how inappropriate the idea was.

Then, Gene posted the video and tweets complaining about Cooper denying him a “selfie.”

Cooper took a deep breath and issued this very public series of tweets to the idiot:

Gene eventually tweeted an apology, but it was waaaaaay too late. According to the Sun News, Gene no longer works for them.

You can watch the very brief interchange via Mediaite below:

Hunky Chris Pratt shares tips on how to take the perfect “selfie”

Shirtless Chris Pratt and abs in his famous viral “selfie”

Chris Pratt, of Parks and Recreation fame, has developed another kind of fame by showing off the results of his gym work as he preps for roles in Zero Dark Thirty and the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy.

Pratt shares some tips with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz on how to achieve the perfect shirtless “selfie:”

• “It’s important to gaze at your own image in the phone rather than make eye contact with yourself,” said Pratt…Otherwise, you’ll look “too self-aware.”

It has to look natural, almost like a mistake. Or as Pratt put it, “You just tripped, fell, and landed on some abs.”

When asked what went through his head taking the above pic that went super-viral, he says it was like  “seeing the Loch Ness Monster captured on film. You may never see it again.”

Watch below for more tips and tricks of taking the perfect “selfie” from the King himself.