Children beaten to death Flamingo in Czech zoo

In the Czech town of Jihlava three student stoned two flamingos, then scored one of the birds, the newspaper The Independent.

Children of five, six and eight years old climbed over the fence at the city zoo and attacked the American Flamingo. The bullies noticed a local electrician. He chased them away, but one of the birds was dead and the other was seriously injured.

The zoo staff tried to detain juvenile criminals, but they ran away. The police managed to catch two suspects. They refused to communicate with the investigation, but stated that remorse is not experienced.

Parents of schoolchildren had to pay the zoo the damage. As reports the edition, the cost of dead birds exceeded two thousand dollars.

Earlier it was reported that visitors to the Tunis zoo to death stoned alligator.