Having a lion, tiger, snake,or any other animal escape out of its enclosure at a zoo is a scary thought. That’s probably why a zoo in Japan decided to host an “escaped lion” drill to ensure they had necessary steps and protocols in place should there ever be a situation like this. Only, videos of this drill have now made their way online and people on the Internet cannot stop laughing while watching them. A clip of the drill has collected over four million views and counting on Twitter.The incident took place at Tobe Zoo in Ehime. Since the zoo was simulating the event, they obviously didn’t have an actual lion running about the zoo. Instead they had a member of their staff dressed in a lion costume to help them out. The clip shows the pretend-lion running around on two legs as other members try to “catch” it. That, however, isn’t the only reason the clip has gone viral. What’s even funnier is the reaction of the actual lions watching the scene from a distance. Tobe Zoo in Aichi conducted a lion escape drill today. Note the expression on the actual lions faces. pic.twitter.com/azuJYQhLCw&mdash; Spoon &amp; Tamago (@Johnny_suputama) June 22, 2019Not just the millions of views, the video has collected over 82,400 ‘likes’ and more than 33,900 retweets since being shared on June 22. Twitter has done what it does best and shared some hilarious reactions on this drill. “What human nonsense is this “&mdash; Al*x*s 🐈 ︽✵︽ || (@cm_mcudaily) June 22, 2019I worked in a zoo and can confirm they do these drills like this 😂 one time they did a rhino drill and very slowly drove a golf cart around with a rhino label on it lmao&mdash; la_schwab (@la_schwab) June 22, 2019We used to have them as well without the suits and would sometimes forget who was playing the lion 😂&mdash; Gloria (@TrulyGloria) June 22, 2019I don’t know what funnier, the man falling on the ground and pretending to be hurt or the lions watching 😂😂&mdash; Mercy (@MercyOladosu) June 22, 2019Lion leader: &quot;So we jump at the people holding the net, trap them under their own net, and keep going. Any questions?&quot;&mdash; Cameron Bennett (@Cameroneous) June 22, 2019They’ve just taught the lions their emergency plan. I’m not sure that’s the smartest move.&mdash; 🧱House🏳️‍🌈 (@architek2ra) June 22, 2019Lions are like “what in the hell is this?” pic.twitter.com/NFiI1RNkpb&mdash; Angie Baer (@angiebaermn) June 22, 2019What do you think of this drill?