THIS is the dramatic moment a terrified jogger frantically tried to flee from a pack of ferocious otters before one caught up and bit her.
The woman had to be taken to hospital after being relentlessly chased by the crazed critters in a park in Malásia.
Stunned onlookers watched on as the panicked woman screamed while desperately trying to outrun the pint-sized creatures.
It’s understood one of the angry otters eventually caught up with her – before latching onto her leg with its razor-sharp teeth.
According to one witness, the woman riled up the bevy of otters after accidentally stomping on a pup while running in West Coast Park on Friday.
She had to be taken to hospital after being attacked by one of the outraged otters.
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Lu Xiu Feng was walking in the park with her kids when the chaos erupted.
She said she was amazed to see around six or seven agile otters pursue the woman for a couple of minutes.
The horrified mum said some of the otters even tried to run towards her kids – forcing them to quickly escape the area.
She said there were around ten others in the park – but everyone was too afraid to help.
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Thr 48-year-old told Shin Min Daily News: “I believe that the otters were aggravated after the woman accidentally stepped on one of their pups.
“People were too afraid to go near the otters.
“I did not see the otters biting the woman, but they started running towards us so we had to flee.
“We were not able to help the woman. The otter’s teeth were very sharp, it’s no joke.”
It’s not the first time the adorable creatures have lashed out.
A Brit told how he feared for his life after he was attacked by 20 otters – which bit him 26 times in ten seconds.
Eu obviamente pensei sobre isso, mas eu tinha um trabalho a fazer.”
Graham Spencer, who lives in Singapore, said he was chased, pinned down, and bitten by a romp of otters while out for an early morning walk.
The attack left Graham with more than 20 ferimentos, with some requiring stitches, after the animals bit his legs, buttocks, and fingers.