White Dragon in Malaysia a Hoax: ‘Dragon’ that was Shot, Killed Actually Just a Sculpture
An article and photo on Tuesday is claiming a “white dragon” was discovered in Malaysia, but that’s probably just a hoax.
The “dragon” was discovered in Perak, and people took photos of it and shared it on social media websites.
A user on Facebook claimed the dragon was shot and killed.
According to Malaysian website Hype.my, the user said the “dragon was shot dead at a house near a durian orchard when its owner realized that he has been losing a few of his pet rabbits as of late.”
A dragon has been shot dead in a house in West Malaysia. An fruit orchard owner were asleep in the 2nd floor room of the home woke up when he heard the screams of rabbits and sound like an odd noise tiger. Orchard owner continue peek of stairs found a strange animal with two horns and a long mustache is suck a male rabbit. Because aid, he continued to take an auto rifle and fired eight shots cause the odd animal fell to the floor. After ensuring these animals really dead he was shocked to find it is a dragon with fluffy white rabbit fur. He told reporters that, “I do not think that the animal is a white dragon. Extremely surprised me” because according to Chinese belief when a dragon enters the house, it will bring ‘luck’ and horns can fetch millions of dollars. However, he does not plan to sell any part of the body of the animal and will preserve the dead animal for public viewing.