Canadian woman Dee Gallant was on a walk with her husky, Murphy, when she realized she was being stalked by a wild cougar.
“It was crouched down, doing that kind of prowl, predator walk that they do — that was when I waved my arms and yelled, ‘Hey, you stop!’ and it did,” Gallant shared with the Okanagan-based media outlet, Kelowna Now.
The cougar did not flee, however, and Gallant subsequently decided to blast a Metallica song that led the cougar to finally run off into the bushes.
“I thought it was the noisiest thing on my phone that would probably scare it. That was also the message I wanted to convey to the cougar,” she explained.
The song in question was “Don’t Tread On Me,” a track taken from the band’s eponymous album released in 1991.
Source: RTT News