Two chickens are locked in lockup for 30 days, they are facing punishment for this crime

Two chickens are locked in lockup for 30 days, they are facing punishment for this crime

New Delhi. Often the police lock the accused in the police jail for committing theft or any other criminal incident. Telangana Police did the same thing. But the surprising thing is that there are no human beings guilty here but two chickens. Yes, you may find this strange to hear, but the police have put two chickens in lockup. He is accused of betting. The police caught them in January. They are locked in lockup for almost 30 days. This unique anecdote is making a lot of headlines on social media these days.

It is said that on the festival of Makar Sankranti, there is a fight of chickens; The game was going on. People were betting on it. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot and arrested 10 people there. Along with this, the police also caught the chickens. However, even before the arrival of the police, many people were fuming from there. A few days later, the people in police custody were released on bail, but the poor chicken remained trapped in the jail itself. No one came to rescue him, nor did anyone claim. Therefore, the police have kept the chickens in lockup on the evidence round.

According to media reports, the local police say that these chickens can be released only after hearing the case. When the order to release them from the court will be given, then their bid will be done. Both the chickens will be given to the highest bidder. It is known that the police had detained 10 accused and two chickens from Khammam in Telangana. The bike was also recovered from him. The matter is of January 10. Since then the chickens have been locked in the Midigonda police station.


A dog appeared in a dhoti-kurta as a groom, the mistress posted a photo to find a bride

A dog appeared in a dhoti-kurta as a groom, the mistress posted a photo to find a bride

New Delhi. Finding the right partner is very important for getting married. That is why many matrimonial sites are present nowadays to make this search of Humsafar easy. This advantage of social media has been used by a woman to find the bride of her dog. Yes, the woman has posted her picture on social media by decorating her dog like a groom in South Indian dress. It is becoming quite viral these days.

In order to find a suitable girl for the groom's king, the mistress of the dog has decorated her and shared her picture. In the photo, the dog is wearing a traditional mundu lungi and a pink shirt. The dog is seen standing on both feet with the help of its mistress. In the second picture, he is seen sitting in front of the food served on a banana leaf. Everyone is surprised to see Dagi in the groom's dress. So there are many people rolling with laughter. The woman wrote the caption along with the picture that if someone is looking for a handsome Malayali boy for his girl, then this is a deserving boy.

The funny thing is that seeing this groom's avatar of Doggy, a relationship proposal has also come for him on social media. Actually a woman living in Kashmir has posted a picture of her female dog. He wrote with this that my girl is here, she is from Kashmir. This post has been shared by a Twitter user. She is looking for a good groom for her dog.


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