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A Man Jumps Into An Enclosure With Lions, It Doesn't End Well! (Article)
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Source: dailymail.co.uk
The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.

Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.

It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. 

<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
<div>The man who was mauled by a pack of lions after jumping into their enclosure at Barcelona Zoo, is a former police officer who now spends his time as a neo Nazi activist.</div><div><br></div><div>Justo Jose, 45, remains in intensive care with serious injuries after he climbed into the lions' den, where he was attacked by three of the animals for about half-an-hour before he could be rescued.</div><div><br></div><div>It has now emerged that that as well as being a former head of the municipal police force in Gelida near Barcelona, he had also spent 13 years working as a Civil Guard, but has been on paid leave from the force since earlier this year. </div><div><br></div><div><img =
A male lion lies down on top of a 45-year-old man, who jumped into the lions' enclosure at Barcelona Zoo 

Mauled: The man has been left with serious injuries after jumping into a lion enclosure at Barcelona zoo 

Jose told a local reporter earlier this year how he went on extended leave after he lost custody of his son, divorced his wife, and lost his mother.

He also described himself as a survivalist, claiming he slept in the countryside most nights with just a poncho to cover his face although friends let him use their homes to shave and wash.

In September he got past a police cordon at an official ceremony and set fire to a Catalan flag in front of TV crews.
Last month he was arrested in Barcelona city centre after draping banners emblazoned with Swastikas over the famous Casa Mila building in an anti-abortion protest.

Yesterday afternoon, Jose appeared by the lion enclosure at the zoo, dressed in military uniform, climbed over railings and began scaling one of the walls in the enclosure before being picked up by one of the animals and thrown into a pit.

One of the female lions carries her loot in her mouth - the 45-year-old's backpack 
The man was picked up by one of the animals after he jumped into the enclosure, and thrown into a pit 

The 45-year-old was rescued around 30 minutes later, covered in scratches and bite marks. He was taken to the city's Hospital de la Vall D'Hebron where he remains in a serious but not life-threatening condition.  

According to Spanish reports, Jose climbed over fencing to enter the enclosure as horrified tourists watched on.

Footage of the bizarre incident shows him scaling one of the enclosure's walls before being tossed by the leg into a pit by a lioness. 

He emerged some 30 minutes later after fire fighters used hoses to fight the animals off of him.  

Fire fighters were forced to use power hoses to scare the lions away from the man's body after he jumped into their enclosure in Barcelona Zoo
Police and ambulance staff care for the man who suffered scratches and bite marks, but is not in a life-threatening condition
Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 
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Zoo keepers said the animals were not trying to kill the man but were merely attempting to play with him

Both staff at the zoo and emergency services said that it is clear that Jose's stunt was deliberate.

'The security system makes it impossible for a person to fall into the enclosure. It cannot have been by accident, to enter (the enclosure) you have to want to go in,' said chief fire fighter of the Bomberos de Barcelona, Hector Carmona. 

While he emerged from the enclosure covered in bite marks and scratches, zoo keepers have insisted the lions were merely trying to play with him, Spanish news outlet 20minutos reports.
 
'The intention was not to kill him, they were just trying to play with him, Ignasi Armengol, director of Barcelona Municipal Services said.' 

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