Lioness Steals Camera

A lioness got so fed up with the wildlife PAW-PARAZZI she picked up a nearby camera taking pictures of her – and took off with it. The incredible series of shots capture the peeved predator eyes focused and stalking closer and closer towards the carefully set up expensive equipment. The camera was placed next to a dead buffalo by photographer Ed Hetherington, from Roswell in Atlanta, USA, who was hoping to capture the lioness devouring its prey.

A lioness got so fed up with the wildlife PAW-PARAZZI she picked up a nearby camera taking pictures of her - and took off with it. The incredible series of shots capture the peeved predator eyes focused and stalking closer and closer towards the carefully set up expensive equipment. The camera was placed next to a dead buffalo by photographer Ed Hetherington, from Roswell in Atlanta, USA, who was hoping to capture the lioness devouring its prey.

A lioness got so fed up with the wildlife PAW-PARAZZI she picked up a nearby camera taking pictures of her - and took off with it. The incredible series of shots capture the peeved predator eyes focused and stalking closer and closer towards the carefully set up expensive equipment. The camera was placed next to a dead buffalo by photographer Ed Hetherington, from Roswell in Atlanta, USA, who was hoping to capture the lioness devouring its prey.

A lioness got so fed up with the wildlife PAW-PARAZZI she picked up a nearby camera taking pictures of her - and took off with it. The incredible series of shots capture the peeved predator eyes focused and stalking closer and closer towards the carefully set up expensive equipment. The camera was placed next to a dead buffalo by photographer Ed Hetherington, from Roswell in Atlanta, USA, who was hoping to capture the lioness devouring its prey.

A lioness got so fed up with the wildlife PAW-PARAZZI she picked up a nearby camera taking pictures of her - and took off with it. The incredible series of shots capture the peeved predator eyes focused and stalking closer and closer towards the carefully set up expensive equipment. The camera was placed next to a dead buffalo by photographer Ed Hetherington, from Roswell in Atlanta, USA, who was hoping to capture the lioness devouring its prey.