А lаw firm is shооting а wоmаn reсоrding а ride оn а sрider's web аt El Раsо Zоо

The firm, which did not name the woman, called her behavior "negligent and negligent." Zoo authorities said they planned to press charges against him.

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A Texas woman has been caught trying to feed a spider monkey after climbing a show at El Paso Zoo.

The video shows the unidentified woman sitting on a rock who is seen throwing food at two monkeys. A smiling woman later walks out of the show.

Following the emergence of social media, the woman's law firm issued a statement saying she had been fired.

"We learned this morning that a man who had been forcibly entered a spider's web at El Paso Zoo was working for Lovett Law Firm," the company said on Monday. "You have been disconnected."

The firm, which did not name the woman, called her behavior "negligent and negligent."

"We support El Paso Zoo and our thoughts are on the spider monkeys, Libby and Sunday, and we hope they will recover from this tragic event," the statement continued.

El Paso Zoo and the police department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Zoo authorities told the El Paso Times they could not allow the man to be a dangerous punishment and planned to charge him.

"The woman decided to jump over the fence, climb among the bushes, descend a four-foot-deep ditch, cross a ditch and try to feed the spider monkeys," said director Joe Montisano. "It was stupid."

He said the woman was lucky the situation ended the way it did.

"These are deer. They are strong; they have canine teeth. They can scratch. We don't deal with them every day," Montisano told the newspaper. emergence of social media, the woman's law firm issued a statement saying she had been fired."And we do not associate with them without hindrance between us." We support El Paso Zoo and our thoughts are on the spider monkeys, Libby and Sunday, and we hope they will recover from this tragic event, "the statement continued.Zoo authorities told the El Paso Times they could not allow the man to be a dangerous punishment and planned to charge him.

Montisano said due to the woman's actions, the zoo would need to find a high fence near the spider's enclosure, which would make it difficult for visitors to see.