Mercedes stops a factory in India because of a leopard!


A 3 year old male Leopard snuck into the star brand factory causing it to shut down for about 6 hours. We are a long way from the lack of semiconductors or the Coronavirus. Fortunately, the animal was rescued without anyone being injured.

This is a great first for a car manufacturer. A leopard snuck into a factory causing it to come to a complete halt! We knew that animals could cause damage on the road or obstruct traffic: elephants, rhinos, bears and llamas know something about it. But from there to prevent the production of cars, we had never seen that! Nor are the employees of the Mercedes factory in Chakan in India…

6 hours of downtime for an animal!

It is precisely a male of about 3 years old, according to experts. A beast of more than 50 kg! In his prime, he naturally worried the workers a lot. Results, the factory was closed for 6 long hours! Time for the emergency services to arrive on site, analyze the situation and act accordingly. And they obviously did that very well since no one was hurt, including the animal!

Everyone is well

Luckily, all’s well that ends well. The animal was able to be put to sleep without causing too much stress using a dart. After the product took effect, it could be evacuated from the factory. IHe will go through a phase of medical observation before finally being released into the wild. No one was injured, neither the employees, nor the rescue team, nor the famous leopard. A hell of a story that will therefore have caused (much) more fear than harm.

Check out the video of this leopard that stopped Mercedes production below:

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