I've seen the below image circulating on Facebook:
They are claiming lions are being used to keep Russians indoors during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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I remember the image (not the news headers) from a few years back when a film crew got into trouble for using a (tamed) lion in some filming in Johannesburg.
Here is the relevant snopes article backing this up.
In fact (at the time the post was circulating) Russia had hardly any restrictions in place, still planning to go ahead with their 75th anniversary V-Day parade
Edit To clear up confusion: Russia has now put restrictions in place (speech dated 25th of March).
This meme template is from breakyourownnews.com. In hindsight it's easy to spot the artifacting in the upper right-hand corner where the memer photoshopped out the site's watermark.
According to Caters News, the lion pictured goes by the name Columbus and was part of a film production in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Also, as these pictures reveal the two cars are actually parked in the middle of the street and the intersection appears to be heavily fenced.
There's also this YouTube video about this lion and the description of the video reads:
April 13, 2016: Lion Park in Johannesburg is home to the popular lion Columbus. The lion made headlines after it was photographed in Braamfontein on the set of a film.