Well, first the parents are there to claim the kid’s body. And you know, they were pointing to me, “He’s an American. Well, he didn’t try to save our son, because our son is a Palestinian,” you know, and all that kind of crap. And they did bring, take the zoo, the company to court for public nuisance, you know, that sort of thing, but I was cleared. Then my boss said, “Let’s get you to the airport. Where’s the briefcase?” And I thought, oh my god, I left it in the back of my car. And there were a lot, we let people come in there for picnicking and all that sort of thing, even though we didn’t have many animals. I was scared to death.