A place in Thailand called "Tiger Temple" is losing the thing it's named for.
Visitors could feed, pet and take photos with the big cats for a fee. Well, the problem is the temple wasn't allowed to profit from the tigers as part of a deal with the country's Wildlife Conservation Office.
After a half-day standoff on Monday, monks freed some of the tigers to stall wildlife authorities.
Multiple media outlets reported more than 1,000 officials eventually started to sedate and move the animals. Authorities told NBC it would take at least a week to relocate the temple's 137 big cats.
The tigers will be moved to a wildlife refuge.