Lions' roars terrorise German town


BERLIN, Aug 26 (Reuters) - A mysterious crate labelled "Wild Animals" and blasting out lions' roars in a German town had locals running scared and animal lovers up in arms before it was revealed as an advertising stunt, police said on Tuesday. "The crate was right in the town centre and people thought there were real lions inside," said a spokesman for police in the southwestern town of Darmstadt. "It was loud. A lot of people were really scared." Police came to investigate after two ...

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