A PET leopard terrorised a city for over six hours, injuring five residents during its rampage.
The fearsome big cat escaped from its cage at its owner’s home, before going on a fatal rampage.
The deadly cat was seen leaping over a wall as it went on the run.
It left the locals hurt after attacking them.
There are unconfirmed reports that one of the victims died from the attack.
The spotted beast even mauled wildlife officials attempting to capture it at the scene.
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The leopard attack took place in the posh DHA Phase II neighbourhood of the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.
Terrifying images show the leopard attacking a pedestrian on the street in broad daylight before scaling the walls of a nearby property.
A wildlife official is also seen firing at the leopard in one clip.
Other images show the animal causing chaos on the streets before being captured and taken to a nearby zoo.
After hours of tracking the leopard, Islamabad Wildlife Management Board workers managed to tranquilise it with a dart and take it to the Animal Rescue Centre at Islamabad Zoo.
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Under the jurisdiction of the Sahala Police Station, an unnamed suspect has been booked under Sections 324 (attempt to commit murder) and 289 (negligent conduct with regard to animals) of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).
Keeping wild animals such as leopards in private residences are illegal in the country.
The investigation is ongoing.
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