The internet cannot believe how this zoo conducts its ‘escaped lion drill’

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To prepare staffers for the event in which an animal escapes, some zoos in Japan conduct “drills” to simulate an emergency situation. And because it’s, well, Japan, naturally these drills are performed with someone dressed in a full-on animal costume.

On Saturday,Tobe Zoo can be seen performing an escaped lion drill in a video that made its rounds on Twitter.

In the video, shared by the Japanese news outlet Mainichi, staffers are seen setting up large nets to apprehend the grinning mascot, but the lion “attacks,” knocking one of them to the ground.

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Eventually, the great beast is felled by what appears to be a tranquilizer dart and hauled into a van.

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Needless to say, the real lions watching from their enclosure were decidedly not impressed.

“Tobe Zoo in Aichi conducted a lion escape drill today. Note the expression on the actual lions’ faces,”Johnny Suputama wrote on Twitter.

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The tweet quickly went viral, becausecome onreal lions watching a fake lion get captured with some serious The Office reaction faces is obviously nothing short of comedy gold.

Others began sharing the video or weighing in with jokes and memes of their own.

One user weighed in with a possible downside to the zoo staff’s plan.

“Theyve just taught the lions their emergency plan. Im not sure thats the smartest move,” Twitter user @architek2ra wrote.