Woman Saves Husband from Tiger with Soup Ladle

Tambun Gediu of Kg Sungai Tiang, Malaysia, was hunting squirrels when he encountered a tiger. The 60-year-old man tried to climb a nearby tree, but the tiger dragged him down. Gediu's wife, 55-year-old Han Besau, heard the tiger's roar.
Realising it was coming from the area where her husband was hunting for squirrels she grabbed the nearest 'weapon' - the wooden ladle - and rushed into the nearby forest.

Staring in horror at the sight of her husband fighting desperately to prevent the tiger tearing him to pieces, she didn't hesitate and charged at the animal, yelling at the top of her voice and bashing its head with the ladle until it ran off.

Tambun, who suffered deep lacerations on his head, face, neck and knees, had to wait more than 10 hours before he could be taken to hospital in the nearest town, Gerik, because rescuers had difficulty reaching his remote village.

Link -via Arbroath

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