Residents of the northern outskirts of Athens, the fashionable suburb of Ekali (Kifissia), filmed a family of wild boars walking the streets of the city, sparking yet another fierce debate over the increasing presence of animals in Greek cities.
The photographs posted on social networks by users show how wild boars calmly walk along the intersection of Fedra and Armonia streets. Moreover, the cars are occupied by people who are forced to stay in the cabin until the wild animals leave. In other photos, you can see about 12 wild boars, which are on a rather busy road, maneuvering between vehicles.
Local authorities said the animals were “completely urbanized” and were “not at all afraid” of pedestrians or heavy traffic. Another video shows a family of wild boars, caught by CCTV cameras, roaming the streets of the city center at night in search of food.
As you know, wild animals come out of the forest from time to time, and drivers must be very careful while driving, as an accident is possible.