GERMAN cops have urged the public to stay indoors as a suspected lioness on the loose was spotted in Berlin.

Officers advised the residents of Berlin‘s southern suburbs not to leave their houses and to keep their pets indoors.

Two men reported seeing a big cat running after a wild boar, the latter common in and around Berlin, police spokesperson Daniel Keip told local public broadcaster RBB.

Local authorities in Brandenburg state warned residents of the districts of Kleinmachnow, Teltow and Stahnsdorf to watch out for a potentially dangerous animal.

A police spokesperson said: “We have deployed massive forces at the site to protect the population.”

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GERMAN cops have urged the public to stay indoors as a suspected lioness on the loose was spotted in Berlin.

Officers advised the residents of Berlin‘s southern suburbs not to leave their houses and to keep their pets indoors.

Two men reported seeing a big cat running after a wild boar, the latter common in and around Berlin, police spokesperson Daniel Keip told local public broadcaster RBB.

Local authorities in Brandenburg state warned residents of the districts of Kleinmachnow, Teltow and Stahnsdorf to watch out for a potentially dangerous animal.

A police spokesperson said: “We have deployed massive forces at the site to protect the population.”

Read our live blog below for the latest updates…   

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