The Cleveland Zoo is looking to press charges against the parents of a 2-year-old boy who fell into the cheetah exhibit on Saturday. Witnesses claimed the boy was held over the railing by his parents and then dropped. Luckily, the cheetahs ignored the boy, who suffered a leg injury. His parents jumped into the exhibit to get him out. The zoo wants child endangerment charges against the parents. "Unfortunately, we have a number of eyewitness accounts that point to the strong likelihood that the child was dangled over the railing," Christopher Kuhar, executive director for the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, said.