What exactly went down in what the Washington Post calls "a mad-lib series of unfortunate events": Hamilton tells the Advocate that the woman and her husband had pulled over at the truck stop to let their dog stretch its legs, and the husband inexplicably started throwing treats for their dog into the camel's enclosure.
Because the dog is deaf, the couple had trouble retrieving their pet, prompting the woman to crawl into the camel's enclosure to bring the dog back to the other side.
She then freed herself by biting the dromedary's testicles, or D's nuts, if you will.
The woman was taken to the hospital for treatment of unknown injuries.
The showdown between the woman, who wasn't identified, and Caspar the camel, a roadside attraction, happened Thursday at a truck stop in Gross Tete, about 20 minutes outside Baton Rouge. But in any case, authorities determined the Tiger Truck Stop couldn't be held liable because the couple "provoked" Caspar and ignored the warning signs posted along the fence.
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"It's just insane", Bossier told the Washington Post.
Hamilton blamed the woman and her husband for irking Caspar enough that he chose to take a seat atop the woman. At one point, a tiger was on the premises. She said she does not understand why the couple didn't simply ask employees for assistance. Caspar was brought in a year ago as Tony's replacement, the Washington Post reports. "The camel has never gotten out, never caused any issues - in fact, the husband and wife stated before that we've been here before and we've never had any problems", Hamilton told The Advocate. A baby kangaroo, miniature horse and a coati - a member of the raccoon family - also live at the petting zoo, according to the Advocate.
"And my only question to her husband was, 'Why did you throw the doggy treat under the fence?' Deputy Hamilton said".
Hamilton was blunter: "She said".
The couple was cited for trespassing and violating area leash laws, the news outlet reported. "And he just said, 'I wasn't thinking'". "After they trespassed then they proceed to antagonize something that big", Bossier said, motioning toward the large animal.