Families flee in terror as cheetah escapes enclosure at Kent safari park

Families fled in terror when a ferocious-looking cheetah escaped from its cage and began stalking round a safari park full of tourists in Kent yesterday.

Mums and dads grabbed their frightened children and hid after the jungle big cat went on the run at Port Lympne wildlife park.

Kent Live reports that visitors were shut in shops for their own safety at the attraction – which hit the headlines when Peter Andre took his family out there last year.

The savage five foot long slavering beast was on the loose for nearly half an

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