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Throughout his life he embraced a true zest for living. The family will receive friends at lunch after the service.

Jimmy had a special love for all animals and will be remembered for his natural born athletic abilities, meticulous style, compassionate nature and big heart. We are heartbroken by his loss but will remember the entire book he left us — not just the final chapter. Donations can be made to the Atlanta Humane Society atlantahumane. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Besser.

Esther was a Holocaust survivor. After the war, she moved to Israel with her mother and one of her four brothers. While in New York, Jerry saw a picture of her and traveled to Israel to meet her.

After getting married in Israel, they moved to New York and eventually moved to Atlanta to be near family. They were married for almost 60 years before Jerry passed away in When you think of Esther, Jewish Homemaker, best describes her. Her house was always immaculate and it smelled of traditional Jewish foods. When family members or friends were ill, she brought them food, love and friendship. She believed food fed the soul and the heart. She was born in Hendersonville, North Carolina and later moved to Dublin, Georgia where she grew up until she left for college.

She went to the University of Miami, where she met her husband of close to 60 years, Neil Holtz. She passed peacefully after a long battle with Alzheimers Disease and vascular dementia and was be laid to rest in a graveside service on September 3 at 4: She was preceded in death by her husband of close to 60 years, Neil Holtz and her sister, Shirley Warnock. He was a life-long, ardent Georgia Bulldogs football fan, and he loved to watch their games with his friends.

Even as illness took its toll, he eagerly awaited the start of the upcoming football season. Larry worked for 32 years at Northside Hospital, transporting patients and later delivering vital supplies to various departments, all the while brightening the days of many patients and staff members with his wit and good humor.

Well-liked and respected by his colleagues, Larry was extremely proud that he never had to apply for new assignments, but instead was sought after because of his conscientious work and the obvious enjoyment he got from helping others. Following retirement, Larry maintained friendships with numerous fellow employees and also volunteered at the hospital greeting visitors. During recent stays at Northside as a patient, he was heartened when doctors, nurses, and other staff recognized him from his work there.

Outgoing and kind, he nurtured friendships formed decades ago during high school and college. He was a mainstay of our family, keeping in touch with his nieces and nephews, as well as his Aunt Sylvia and her family. With every call, he shared his concern and love.

Larry had a warm sense of humor: Larry responded to health challenges throughout his life with grace, patience, and optimism. The most important thing for Larry was his relationship with other people. No matter how sick he became, he immediately was cheered if a friend or relative called or visited. He will be so missed by us all.

Larry was preceded in death by his parents Bette and David. The family wishes to express their appreciation to the many fine health care professionals who treated Larry, and the caregivers who assisted him during the last year of his life.

A funeral service will be held at Temple Sinai, Dupree Dr. Shiva will conclude in Atlanta on Thursday, September 6, with at service at 7: Jerald was raised and lived in Alma, Georgia until retirement to Savannah in He married Carole Jackson Cohen in Along with his wife, he is survived by his children and grandchildren: Abraham Abe Esral passed away on Thursday, August 30th at the age of He attended Atlanta Boys High and later Georgia Tech, where he studied to become a chemical engineer.

In , Abe married Faye Diamond, also of Atlanta, and together they raised three sons, Mitchell, Martin of blessed memory, and David. As a chemical engineer, Abe worked for Tennessee Corp. Abe remained active in the company until his passing, despite his medical and physical challenges. Together with his wife Faye, Abe was instrumental in building and supporting many Jewish institutions locally and abroad.

A pillar of his community, he served loyally on school and synagogue boards and was sought after for his simple, straight approach to problems.

He was known as a man of honesty and integrity in his business dealings, communal involvement, and personal life. Orphaned from both parents as a child, Abe developed a fierce independence that remained with him throughout his life and carried him through challenging times. He built a life for himself—building a business from the ground up, but more importantly, building a beautiful family together with his beloved wife of 63 years.

Abe is mourned by his wife Faye, his sons Mitchell and David and their families, his daughter-in-law Michal and her family, including many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Beloved by family, friends, and the Atlanta Jewish community, his passing leaves a void in the lives of all those who knew him.

Messages can be left at www. Begner, age 91, died Monday, August 27, She was born on May 24, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but lived most of her life in Atlanta. She was a beautiful woman and had an inner beauty and kindness towards other that drew people to her. Charlotte was 18 and Selwyn was 20 when they wed, and they enjoyed a long love affair that lasted 71 years until Selwyn's death on October 29, Charlotte had a big heart and devoted herself to helping others, including a long relationship with the Red Cross.

She was a confidante and friend to many. Her greatest joy was time spent with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be greatly missed. Funeral services will be held In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a cause you support or to Weinstein Hospice, Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, Georgia , www.

Arrangements by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care, The light has gone out in many hearts as the world has lost a truly wonderful lady and gentle soul. Always gracious and kind, Edie Fay was a devoted wife, mother, sister, daughter, aunt, grandmother and friend. Edie was born in Atlanta, Georgia, May 3, She graduated with a teaching degree from UGA and went on to teach elementary school for several years. She later retired to work at an even harder job - being a full-time mom.

She met her husband, Larry, at UGA and they were married in They went on to share almost 59 magical years together. From living in Japan at Tachikawa Air Force Base, to coming home and raising a family in Athens, Georgia, they shared great times and wonderful memories through the years as their family continued to grow.

Edie enjoyed donating her time and was involved in many organizations; some of the highlights include being a Pink Lady at St. She loved to travel, and she and Larry were fortunate to travel the world through the years with family and friends going on Rubin Brothers trips, her father's floor-covering business. Later in life, she cherished the cruises the family took every year. Family was always important to her - from taking care of her folks as they aged, to welcoming her four grandchildren and even her grand-dogs - Edie was always a loving daughter, mom and grandmother for sure!

Edie loved to play Mahjong with friends - she enjoyed the camaraderie and challenge of a hot game! She also loved to garden, dabbled in stained glass art, and was a wonderful cook she was famous for her sweet and sour meatballs.

She had a true passion for it. Nothing made her happier than finding a fantastic deal on a handbag or outfit at Loehmann's or Marshalls or TJ Maxx. And quite often, she would simply be shopping for others - picking up little gifts and trinkets for birthdays, thank-yous, or get-well soons. She was always thoughtful and generous that way. To know Edie was to truly love Edie. She touched the lives of so many with her beautiful smile and presence, always putting others first and never going anywhere empty handed.

And it truly was the simple things in life - dancing and socializing at Bar Mitzvahs and weddings, enjoying the rain as she sat on the porch at the lake house, overlooking the happenings on 30A from their beach condo, or simply just having her family around her - that's what made her happiest.

Edie was preceded in death by her parents Lakie and Myer Rubin of Atlanta, and her husband Larry of Macon, who passed just four months ago. A graveside service will be held at 2: Minyan service on Monday at 5: Gerstein, 91, died suddenly on August 24, in Highlands, N. Joe grew up in Covington, Georgia and enjoyed his small town roots. He enlisted in the Navy in his teens and served as a medic in Bethesda, Maryland where he determined that medicine was not for him.

He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and also obtained his J. He served on the executive committee, fiduciary section of the Georgia Bar Association. He was vice president of Atlanta Estate Planning Council. He was a master in the Fulton Masonic Lodge. He was a proud American and faithful to his Jewish heritage. Joe enjoyed the game of golf, travel and never met a stranger.

He was known for his amazing sense of humor and entertained so many with his talent for joke and storytelling. Joe was preceded in death by his parents and first wife,Doris Florsheim Gerstein. He is survived by his sister, Miriam Gerstein Frank. He is also survived by his loving wife. Sheila Kamensky Gerstein; four daughters: Graveside service is Monday, Aug. Shiva will be held Thursday through Sunday.

He was the youngest of three siblings. Andrews High School, graduating in While in the Army, he served from to as a dental assistant at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. While in Atlanta, he met his wife of 31 years, Marsha Tepper Shulman, with whom he had two daughters. Upon completion of his certification, he then pursued a career in commercial HVAC, in which he worked until he became sick in April Although responding well to his chemotherapy treatments, he contracted pneumonia.

After another day stay in the hospital, he succumbed to his illness. David was extremely active in the Atlanta Jewish Community. Most recently, David was very active with the Jewish War Veterans.

His other hobbies included playing with his two grand-dogs, Booker and Molly, traveling, and helping his friends and family. He is survived by his daughters: Funeral services will be held Monday, August 27, , at 1: The committal service will be held Wednesday, August 29, , at 3: His parents wisely chose to emigrate to Israel when the opportunity presented and Alex arrived there with his family when he was He developed expertise in mainframe computer software and the family moved to South Africa where he was employed with a large computer firm and lived there for some time.

Alex was a prolific writer, publishing books of poetry and short stories in both South Africa and in Israel. With the economic climate in South Africa being less than ideal, Alex came to Boston to work for a software company and finally settled in Fort Worth, Texas, and became a citizen of the U. He took up what was to become his greatest passion, photography, while in Texas and that passion led him to win photographer of the year for Popular Photography Magazine and numerous awards in prestigious photo journals such as Black and White Magazine.

Alex then decided to pursue a Ph. In Georgia he celebrated his own bar mitzvah at the age of 62, an event he was not allowed to have in Lithuania, with friends all around. He loved classical music and played classical guitar with the occasional segue into heavy metal when the mood struck him. One never knew what music you would hear entering his home, but there would always be music. Alex loved animals, having owned many cats and dogs in his life, with just having adopted a little rescue dog a month prior to his death.

Such multi-faceted talent, equally fluent in Russian, English, and Hebrew, exceling at all undertakings, along with a keen sense of humor, is rarely seen in one individual. Originally from Brooklyn, N. She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 60 years, Dr. Norma was a loving wife and mother, devoted grandmother and great grandmother. With her husband, Paul, they traveled the world, enjoyed theater, opera, and ballet.

Norma was an avid duplicate bridge player and was proud when she earned her gold life member status. Family was most important to Norma as she hosted many holiday dinners and family gatherings. She loved being with her family on all occasions. She was a longtime member of the Temple and then Ahavath Achim Synagogue.

David Anna Socoloff, Mark Dr. The family would like to thank all her caregivers especially Lucy Leitman and Adriene Bell who were with her during her last days. The graveside funeral will held Monday August 27, at 3: Shiva will be held at the home of Susan and Dr. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Ahavath Achim Synagogue or a charity of your choice. For the rest of the mourning period, those wishing to see Loretta can call her at to schedule a time to stop by and see her.

Love passed on August 25, He was born May 18, , in Atlanta. Minyan will be held as follows: In addition to minyan times the family will be receiving visitors during the following shiva hours: Marilyn was preceded in death by her husband Daniel. Survivors include her two sons, Seth Ellen and Josh, grandchildren Megan and Daniel, brother Stewart and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services and burial will be in Connecticut. She developed a close-knit circle of friends whose associations continued for the remainder of their lives.

She has three wonderful granddaughters - Rebecca, Michelle and Hannah - who reside in New York, Florida, and Maryland, respectively and was looking forward to meeting her soon-to-be born great granddaughter, Hallie Kukin. Shirley was well known for her incredible baking skills, biting sense of humor, and providing care taking for so many family members and friends.

Shirley was a member of Shearith Israel for over 60 years. She spent her recent years at the Renaissance on Peachtree, and was appreciative of her caretakers whom she repaid with her affection, humor, and candy bars won playing bingo. Her family deeply appreciates the caregivers who assisted her through her final days. A graveside service will be held 2: Arrangements made by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care, Born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho, Heather had a passion for her children, family, dancing, animals and doing hair.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to https: A graveside service will be held at 2 p. Wednesday, August 15, at Greenwood Cemetery. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rhoda Davis. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to MCV Foundation, https: Jerry was preceded in death by his wife, Arlene Finkelstein, of blessed memory.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Ahavath Achim Synagogue or the Weinstein Hospice. A graveside service will be held Monday, August 13, at Greenwood Cemetery at 10 am. Mincha service at 3: They married in and after a short stint in Warsaw, the couple moved to Atlanta where Bradley and Bernice were proud to open their own ladies clothing and shoe stores, Plaza Sportwear, Plaza Footwear and Finales. Brad and Bernice worked in the store, side by side together every day, expanding the store to 3 locations which operated successfully for over 40 years.

He was also very involved in the community, serving as a Mason for over 50 years and a member of the Sandy Springs Kiwanis' Club, serving as a Club Past President. Over the years, Bradley enjoyed many hobbies including collecting bronze sculptures and hand-signed prints by the artist and father of Art Deco, Erte, as well as rare coin collecting, and establishing many flourishing salt water aquariums.

But some of his biggest joys — and dissapointments! He especially enjoyed attending games with his late wife Bernice and son, Stephen. Ryan and Myles Hartley. He was preceded in death by his wife, Bernice Stillman Katz. Bradley also had many good friends who will miss him dearly.

Times will be announced. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and brother. He is preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Judy Glassman.

He became a commercial pilot with instrument rating and then a certified flight instructor. In Alabama, he served as commander of Civil Air Patrol squadron. He also served as Jewish Lay Leader at several air bases. Sam retired from the military to Atlanta in and was a pharmacist at Dunwoody Medical Center and Northside Hospital.

Sam gave back to the community in so many ways. He also helped at the VA nursing home and sold poppies for their annual fundraiser. Sam was a gentleman in the truest sense of the word- kind, quiet, and gentle.

He always thought about other people's needs and was a warm and loving family man. He had an amazing sense of humor and loved to laugh. He had so many health issues with his heart and lungs in the last ten years of his life. He never complained, he never felt sorry for himself, and he always put others' needs before his own. Especially those of his beloved wife, Carol. If it were not for her, we would have lost Sam many years ago.

Her love and nurturing, together with his amazing attitude and sense of humor gave us so much more time with him and gave his grandchildren enough time to remember what a wonderful soul he was. The outpouring of support and comfort from family, friends, and his community is a testament to Sam's kindness and character. Betty Schoenbaum is survived by sons: She is survived by seven grandchildren: She was predeceased by her loving husband, Robert Lebovitz, her nephew, Harold E.

Adair, and her siblings, Rose, Sarah, Abe and Irving. Edith recently celebrated her th birthday at Belmont Village where she was joined by numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews, and friends.

Funny, generous, friendly and resilient were the best words to describe her. She was always ready with a quick joke or good natured ribbing and made friends easily. Edith was into health foods and wellness before anybody knew what those terms meant.

Though she had no children, she treated her nieces and nephews and their children as her own children and grandchildren. Services will be held graveside 2: She was born in Chicago and moved to South Bend, Indiana at age 17 where she met her future husband Robert. Playing the violin was Idell's life. She began playing violin at 7.

By 11, she was performing solo in South Bend. In addition to studying violin at the University of Indiana, Idell studied under the best teachers including Mischa Mishakoff and Hans Lange.

They moved to Denver, Colorado in While in Denver, Idell played for the Community Arts Symphony where she regularly played solo performances. Idell was a member of Congregation Shearith Israel where she did volunteer work.

She is survived by her son Dennis Begner, and 2 grandchildren Zachary and Ben. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the William Bremen Jewish Home. Charles had many endeavors including: He was preceded in death by his parents and his sisters, Louise Habif and Sarah Marks.

Please sign online guest book at www. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Congregation OrVe Shalom. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, July 31, at She is survived by her husband, two daughters and grandson. Dee loved music, animals, sewing, traveling and wildlife watching. She was one of the sweetest and kindest people you could ever meet, with a great sense of humor and a smile that lit up a room.

She will be truly missed by her friends and loved ones. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Foundation copdfoundation.

NE Atlanta, GA at 11am. Susan was a graduate of Berkshire Hills College. Shortly thereafter, she met the love of her life, Richard Stern to whom she was married for 64 years. She volunteered as a Candystriper, served with the Temple Sisterhood, and collected for the American Heart Association.

Susan remained vital and active to the present day, enjoying swimming, book club meetings, card and other table games, and hosting dinner parties for her family and friends. Susan maintained a wide circle of friends, and all would agree that in a moment of need she was always there to assist, comfort, and be present in any way needed.

If Susan was your friend, you would indeed be blessed. After the death of her beloved Richard in , Susan found a useful and satisfying life among her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and many close friends. She continued to take annual trips to her hometown of New York City where she enjoyed Broadway shows and visiting old friends.

Sign online guestbook at www. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to: A private family graveside will be held at Arlington Memorial Park. A memorial service will be held at 3: The family will not be sitting shiva. Walter is survived by his devoted wife of 64 years, Estelle; his two daughters Michelle and Sandra; his two grandchildren, Brandon and Mitchell; and his brother Henry.

He had many friends, nieces and nephews, and "bonus" children and grandchildren who loved him greatly and whom he loved. Walter was always optimistic and fought back from adversity throughout his life quietly and with grace.

Walter was born in Alsfeld, Germany in He left Germany in , at the age of 13 after gaining a sponsor in America. His sister, Hana Lore was killed in a concentration camp in Poland.

Walter moved to Atlanta from Bluefield, West Virginia. After high school, he enlisted as a translator of German for the American Army. When he returned he started a men's and boy's clothing store in downtown Atlanta - Walters Clothing. Walter and his business has become an icon in Atlanta, known for their tennis shoes and a "good deal". His grandsons continue the family business with their father Jeff Steinbook. Walter lived his life with generosity and the belief that everyone should be treated equally with respect and dignity.

This is how he ran his business, this is how he taught the young ones: Walter will be deeply missed by his family, his friends, and all who knew him. The family would like to thank all of the people who cared for and supported Walter daily in the last years of his life. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any charity supporting community and justice.

A funeral service was held 4: Adrian was well-known throughout Dunwoody as a leading citizen and early proponent of Dunwoody cityhood. Adrian became the first female City Council member and served on the Council from until even as she was battling the breast cancer that would take her life.

After her illness prevented her from serving actively in the city government, Adrian supported development in Dunwoody through philanthropic gifts. Most recently, she was proud to dedicate a rose garden at the Dunwoody Farmhouse historical site. Adrian first discovered Dunwoody when she established her private dental practice there in to provide general and cosmetic dental services. After building a thriving practice, Adrian sold her business in then worked for DeKalb County Board of Health for five years as a consulting dentist.

She is survived by her husband of 17 years, Brian Bonser. She was proud grandmother to Emma, Addison, Madison, and Maya. Adrian was pre-deceased by her sister Danna Gendell Korell. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to The American Cancer Society. She met a charming salesman, her first husband Herbert Rosenberg Jr.

At 71, she would marry William Breman, a community leader and philanthropist as they started a new life together. A donation from them helped fund The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum which was their gift to the southeast and to its rich Jewish culture. Elinor was a unique individual. She knew who she was and what she wanted out of life until her last breath.

Her unwavering commitment to right the wrongs in our society and love of family and friends will always be admired among those who knew her. In lieu of flowers, kindly make donations to: She was also a member of Rivermont Golf Club and enjoyed many good times there.

Mindy was very happy when she was surrounded by her friends, family, husband and dogs. She loved going to the beach and enjoyed watching the deer and birds in her back yard. She gave tirelessly and never expected or wanted recognition.

She has helped many through their challenges and continued to ensure that they had a great quality of life. To witness their love and dedication to each other was truly an honor to be part of. Mindy was brilliant and had her own style. She was a free spirit and it showed in the way she lived her life. She was preceded in death by her brother, Scott; her sister Cathy and parents, Bebe and William Holtz, of blessed memory. Bryant Museum Paul W. Charles spent his childhood playing baseball and helping his family who ran Abrams Mercantile Store in downtown Brookhaven.

He was forever proud of achieving the Eagle Scout badge. A lifelong Alabama fan, Charles graduated from the University of Alabama in with a business degree.

It was there that he forged lifelong friendships that continued throughout his life. He spent his career as a financial advisor for a variety of firms in both Brookhaven, MS and Mobile, AL, where he ultimately married the love of his life, Puddin.

Charlie had an infectious smile and never met a stranger. He befriended everyone he met. He was an avid reader and history buff. Charlie enjoyed watching Westerns and loved spending time with family and friends, often watching his beloved Crimson Tide.

He was proceeded in death by parents Clifford and Wilma Abrams Brookhaven, MS and is survived by his wife of thirty years: Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL Lawrence of Atlanta passed away peacefully in the evening of July 8, , at Hospice Atlanta, surrounded by friends and family. She married Richard S. Lawrence of Atlanta in and they remained together for over 50 years. Laura spent most of her married years as a homemaker while raising two children, Richard Jr. She worked in business for several years in the administrative field for Property Advisory Corporation and Library Specialists.

In recent years, Laura was an avid reader and played duplicate bridge and mahjong. She was a fan of Georgia Tech sports and attended some 50 games in a few years.

She enjoyed her beach days at her condo in Palm Beach. She leaves behind her husband, Richard; two children, Richard Jr. Laura was liked or loved by everyone she knew and she had many close friends. A memorial service will be held at 2: She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great- grandmother and friend.

She was the daughter of Jacob and Mollie Green, of blessed memory. She worked as an insurance agent while she raised her children. She had a great love for Frank Sinatra. She is preceded in death by her husband Saul and her son Lawrence, of blessed memory.

Graveside service will be held Post University in New York. His partner of 15 years, Nancy Newman, was by his side. Fruchtman and Jamie Fruchtman. Scotty enjoyed power boating, Porsche cars, big trucks, toys of all kinds, Yoder grilling, scooters, anything radio controlled, hanging out with his friends, young and old, just to name a few.

Most of all he cherished spending time with as many family members as he could gather in one place. We miss his spontaneous childlike spirit, captivating smile and sincere compassion for all those close to him. She was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Ruth Becker, of blessed memory. A graveside service will be held Monday, July 9, , In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Help US Adopt, https: Survivors include his daughter, Deborah Adelman; son, Barry Adelman; granddaughters: A graveside service will be held Thursday, July 5, at Survivors include her daughter, Phyllis Hirsch and grandchildren: A graveside funeral will be held Tuesday, July 3, at 2: The family will gather at 7: Howard was born in Brooklyn, NY.

After finishing high school he attended Brooklyn College, but interrupted his education to serve in the U. Upon leaving the service, he returned to complete his education where he met the love of his life, Irene, to whom he was married for 70 years. After graduation, Howard formed his own sales company, focusing his talents on the carpet industry. It was from here that he established his own carpet manufacturing company, Howard Carpet Mills, where his skills covered every aspect of the industry, from innovative product design, to manufacturing and marketing.

He grew the company from 5 employees at its onset to over by the time he retired. In his free time, Howard was an avid sports fan. He was a long time season ticket holder for the Atlanta Hawks and enjoyed watching the Falcons. He was a passionate art collector, creating one of the largest collections of Toulouse Lautrec posters in the United States along with a collection of European sculptures. If you don't want it, just delete the contents of the cc box in your e-mail or, when the newsletter arrives, click the "Unsubscribe" Link.

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Park employees said that their repeated warnings about the big cats were ignored by tourists trying to get better pictures on safari. The park has more than 85 lions, including rare white lions, and a variety of other animals, including giraffes and ostriches.

According to its website, Lion Park guarantees 'super close-up animal views' but it does order visitors to keep their car windows shut. The park has previously come under fire for allowing visitors to pet lion cubs. It was also accused of breeding lions for 'canned hunting', a charge that the park has refuted. The park offers tented accommodation and also hosts children's birthday parties.

A visitor to the Lion Park last year uploaded a video to YouTube of a lion opening a car door. Employee Mr Simpson said visitors to the park were warned not to leave their windows open to avoid attacks.

We put signage up everywhere that people must keep their windows closed. He added that the park takes safety seriously. We hand out flyers as they are driving in reminding them to keep their windows closed. We really do everything we can to make sure that people know that,' he added.

Australian tourist Brendan Smith, from Perth, was left with deep flesh wounds after a lion pounced through the window and bit his leg at Gauteng Lion Park in March. Brendan Smith, from Perth in Australia pictured with an unidentified friend had only been in South Africa for 36 hours when he was bitten by a lioness after leaving his window open on a safari.

It's been visited by celebrities including R'n'B singer John Legend and pop star Shakira in the past. Lion attacks have been known to happen in the past. In , Ranesh Rajkaran, 28, blocked a lioness from getting into his car with his arm and was bitten but fortunately he only suffered scratches. He and his wife, Somashnie, who was pregnant, had been celebrating their second wedding anniversary at the park and had food inside the car.

Rajkaran said he opened the windows a little due to the sweltering heat but didn't expect a lioness to shove her paw through the gap. In December , former league rugby player Brett Tucker and his family were attacked by a lion at Gauteng Lion Park. Tucker had his daughter on his lap at the time when a lion put its paw through the window but her grandfather acted quickly and threw her in the backseat. Tucker's father suffered minor injuries to the shoulder after he tried to roll his window up, but accidentally rolled it further down.

John Legend and his model wife Chrissy Teigen have also visited the park which is popular with tourists. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

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