Marrakech: Tourist bitten by Monkey on the Djemaa El Fna square
This is not the first time that such an incident occurred. Accidents with animals and tourists on the Djemaa El Fna square are becoming more and more common.
The newspaper Al Massae reported yesterday that the victim had suffered injury to her hand and was transferred to a private clinic, where they got the necessary care and vaccinations to protect her from the diseases that can be transferred by the monkeys.
There is an investigation to establish the circumstances of the accident.
was there even though a tragedy that took the life of a snake charmer. Â The 46-year-old man died of the poison after a snake bite. After this tragedy, a rumor spread that the authorities the snake charmers on the Djemaa El Fna square wanted to ban, or even though the entertainment where animals are involved. But this is just a rumor proven, there is no ban imposed, gives Le360.