Israeli nature guide Arthur du Mosch found himself in bed with his daughter, his pet cat and a wild leopard. Fortunately the leopard was not in good shape and Du Mosch managed to wrestle it to the floor until help arrived.
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Maybe something like this has happened to you. An Israeli nature guide, Arthur du Mosch, was in bed when his cat climbed in. And then his little daughter was frightened by a mosquito in her own room and she had to climb in with him. And then a leopard came in the window and hopped into bed too. Fortunately, the leopard was not in good shape. Mr. Du Mosch wrestled the leopard to the floor and held it for 20 minutes until help arrived.
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