Edit: This article originally said the footage was filmed in the Kruger National Park, however it was in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park
A new video uploaded by Kruger Sightings shows you just why you should always be on your guard in wildlife reserves - even when going to the loo.
Wildlife photographer Corlette Wessels captured footage of a pride of lions blocking access to public toilets in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park.
Wessels is a regular at the park and knows that lions enjoy the picnic area near the bathrooms, so made sure to check the area before leaving their car.
Luckily she did, as she found a whole pride of lions sleeping behind the toilets.
"We sat there for a while just admiring this amazing KijKij pride and how relaxed they seemed to be. We warned other people who pulled in to go to the bathroom that the lions were behind the toilets just in case they tried to get out their vehicles," she told Kruger Sightings.
The lions were enjoying the shade behind the small building and showed no signs of leaving.
Wessels said that eventually some international tourists complained to SANParks and asked that the lions be chased away.
She said that the lions were apparently eventually persuaded to leave when the cleaning team arrived to clean the bathrooms.
Watch the incredible sighting below: