A trip to the zoo seems harmless right? One Kansas man might say otherwise after he was bitten by a swan at a Kansas Zoo.
A YouTube video shows the man attempting to take a selfie with the swan when suddenly he was attacked from behind.
He wasn't seriously injured and laughed about it afterwards.
The best part? He still got the shot, despite the swan's poor attitude toward selfies.
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