Chapter 1559: Culprit
Thankfully, the man laying on the ground didn’t even dare to look up. Otherwise, he’d receive another great blow to his heart.
From an angle that couldn’t be seen by the people on the vehicle, Bai Qingqing grabbed Winston’s tail and shook it, saying softly, “Let him get on the vehicle first. Many people are watching.”
The man laying on the ground only felt a strong wild beast’s breath hitting his body. That heavy air current caused his skin to ache a little.
Then, he stopped feeling anything on his skin. The wind felt cool when it blew onto him, giving him a refres.h.i.+ng feeling as if he had narrowly escaped death.
The wild beasts scattered off. Bai Qingqing first called the police before walking over to the guy, squatting down, and pus.h.i.+ng him. She said in a calm tone, “The tigers are all gone now. You can get up.”
Only then did he move and look around while panting heavily. With the threat removed, he felt very ashamed and said harshly in a trembling voice, disregarding who he was talking to, “This matter isn’t over!”
Bai Qingqing smiled. “I’m the lady boss of this zoo. We’ll handle this matter how it should be done.”
The man was stunned for a moment, then his gaze flickered as he avoided looking her straight in the eyes. His eyeb.a.l.l.s rolled quickly, and, after recalling what happened before he had made a move, he then felt a.s.sured.
Right now, the only evidence was the fingerprints left on the door’s handle. At this thought, the man walked over to the vehicle, unable to pay any attention to his wet pants.
“Roar!” Wen Lin was still guarding by the door when he saw the man walking over. He threw an inquiring look at his mommy, who was walking behind the man.
Bai Qingqing shook her head ever so slightly. Wen Lin heaved a sigh of relief and then roared fiercely at the man.
The man didn’t dare to go over anymore. He turned and looked at Bai Qingqing, saying angrily, “Hurry up and get it to leave!”
His att.i.tude caused the pa.s.sengers in the vehicle to frown. Tell about being ungrateful. This man even a.s.sumed a matter-of-fact att.i.tude. It was really repulsing.
The woman who was yelled at was neither aggrieved nor angry, keeping her composure. She wore a faint smile like she was at a dinner party as she said something to the man. The man was then even more enraged, wanting to get on the vehicle but not daring to.
As they were too far away, the people in the vehicle couldn’t hear what they were saying. Someone patted on the gla.s.s, calling for her to hurry up and get inside. As for the guy, no one cared about him anymore.
Bai Qingqing said, “We should wait for the police to come first. My daughter fell off for no reason. You were sitting in the vicinity then, right?”
The man’s expression changed drastically, feeling that it was going to be hard to settle his matter now.
However, he quickly regained his composure, crossing his arms and standing aside. He could just give monetary compensation. He was definitely not going to let this zoo have it good.
Humans would naturally have the advantage in such a matter. To think that the tiger had bitten him off the vehicle. There was no way he was going to let this matter end so easily!
Very soon, another tourist vehicle drove over. The door was opened, and Curtis and the others alighted in succession.
“Daddy!” When Bai Zhenbei saw him, she slapped the door, wanting to get off.
Curtis walked over to the door in a few large strides, opening the door and picking her up.
In the entire process, he didn’t give one glance to the tiger next to him. His confidence caused all the pa.s.sengers on the vehicle to believe that the tiger wouldn’t dare to bite him.
“Isn’t he the zoo’s boss? No wonder he isn’t afraid,” someone on the vehicle said.
Everyone came to an understanding.
The four tall and big men stood next to Bai Qingqing, each of them looking at the man who had peed his hands with a gaze as if they were man-eating wild beasts. The silver-haired man with a scar on his face, especially, caused the man to instantly recall the scarred tiger he saw just now.
The man was drenched in a cold sweat, his palms feeling cold and wet. He felt an even greater sense of danger now than when he was facing the tiger streak earlier. He even had the delusion that they had seen through his viciousness.