Shakira attacked by a pair of wild boars who tried to snatch her handbag
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Pop star Shakira was walking in a park in Barcelona when her and her son Milan were attacked by two wild boars.
The animals tried to snatch her handbag from her whilst she was with her eight year old son.
Shakira took to Instagram where she posted a video of her ripped up bag but she didn't show her face in the footage.
The 44 year old explained the shocking incident as she said: "Look at how two wild boar which attacked me in the park have left my bag.
"They were taking my bag to the woods with my mobile phone in it. They've destroyed everything."
She then spoke to her son and said: "Milan tell the truth. Say how your mummy stood up to the wild boar."
The singer didn't say which park they were in when the incident took place and it seems as though Shakira and her son came out of the incident uninjured.
It comes after the news that the star may face trial in Spain after prosecutors claimed she avoided paying £13million in tax in the years 2012, 2013 and 2014.
The Colombian singer, real name Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, has been accused of six offences, which could result in the hitmaker serving jail time if convicted.
Shakira changed residences in 2015 from the Bahamas to Barcelona, where she lives with her partner, footballer Gerard Piqué, 34, and their two sons, Milan, eight, and Sasha, six.
While the singer said that she lived in the Bahamas for several years before then, was not a resident of Spain and only visited the country "sporadically", prosecutors claim she did actually live in the Catalan capital during those years.
In July, Judge Marco Jesús Juberías ruled that there is "sufficient indications" for Shakira to go to trial for allegedly avoiding the payment of 14.5million euros, according to Euro Weekly.
It's been said the star denied the allegations during the hour and a half long hearing in Esplugues de Llobregat, near Barcelona, and is planning on presenting an appeal to the court against the judgment.
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