Bangkok Post:  What do you call a hungry alligator during a coronavirus lockdown? An Italian circus stuck in a car park for two months has the answer: a problem.
 The Millennium Circus was supposed to be performing along the Ligurian coast in northern Italy, but the virus and a national shutdown of the country stopped it in its tracks.
 A kangaroo lies listlessly in its enclosure, while llamas, camels and ponies gather at the fences dividing their respective pens, keeping each other company.
 Like the rest of the country, they can do little but kill time, while waiting for the potatoes to be handed out.
 The 40 animals — parrots, geese, a huge-horned buffalo — and 35 circus performers and staff were only supposed to be at the vast car park for a few days, before heading up the coast to seaside resorts.
But the troupe has been at a standstill since February 20 and has to rely on the help of local associations and animal lovers to feed its beasts.