TIGER KILLED AFTER ESCAPING PARIS CIRCUS, JUMPING ONTO SUBWAY TRACKS

Train commuters in Paris were on high alert on Friday after a tiger from a local circus escaped, hopped on subway tracks before being killed by police.

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