Word got out, we had, fortunately, we had our first response team procedure set up that we had, gotta wear a rifle in case we had to, heaven forbid, destroy the animal, or we had to capture equipment with the mobilizing and all this business. And that functioned beautifully and popped the tiger and he went to sleep. Before, oh my gosh, these days with all the cell phones and everything, I mean, every news media in town would know. And if the news media knows, then the police know, and if the police know, then they wanna frequently come in and kill the animal before the zoo staff has a chance to do anything. But anyway, and we got it back in safely. But I consider those things embarrassments in a professional organization. They shouldn’t happen. That’s like the driver, the winner of the Indianapolis 500 race having a wreck in the parking lot.