A sunbather was bitten on the backside by a wild dingo on K’gari Island in Queensland, Australia. The attack took place in April but the footage has just surfaced.
K’gari Island, also known as Fraser Island, is home to 200 wild dingos. The Queensland Department of Environment and Science “humanely euthanised” this dingo after it was involved in several “high-risk incidents.”
Following this incident and another where a 10-year-old boy was bitten and dragged into the water by a dingo, authorities want to reenforce existing warnings and advise visitors to K’gari Island to stay alert of wildlife.
Video has emerged of a #dingo on #Kgari biting the bottom of a sunbathing French tourist – days after a child was dragged underwater by one of the animals https://t.co/SSLTYRU24v pic.twitter.com/tPCZ5wage5
— The Courier-Mail (@couriermail) June 22, 2023