Tiger attack in Thailand
Wat Pa Luangta Bua Mahasampanno, known to the world (and the worldly) as the Tiger Temple, is a unique monastery in Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province. Here, Theravada Buddhist monks in ochre robes walk the eight-fold path to salvation with tigers trotting placidly at their heels. They go about this business with smug St-Francis-of-Assisi-like nonchalance. A sign outside informs us that this is a center for conservation. That claim is put to test as you walk in, and remains unresolved as we walk out.
A Tourist visiting the Wat Pa Luangta was attacked by a tiger and was immediately airlifted to Bumrungard hospital in Bangkok Thailand.
It seem he had suffered lung contusion and injury to Right upper limb. He underwent an emergency surgery which turned out to be life saving for the 28 year old male who was just identified as John.
He stayed at the hospital for 15 days following which he was airlifted by Air Ambulance flight organized by HI Flying aviation - Air Ambulance International - a Learjet back to his home destination in London UK.
He was admitted in Charing Cross hospital in London.
He is having an uneventful recovery at the hospital.
He is supported by family and friends.
More information -
Air Ambulance flights from Thailand to Uk London.