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In what could be termed as a shock, a hungry goat chewed up Rs 66000 that owner had kept in the pocket of his trouser in Kannuaj district in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
According to reports, a farmer Sarvesh Kumar Pal noticed his goat chewing currency, all in Rs 2000 denomination notes, in his trousers. Pal had kept the money to purchase bricks for construction work that is underway in his house, Times of India reported.
“I was taking a bath and the money was kept in the pocket of my trousers. Notorious for eating all kinds of paper products, the goat seized the chance to munch on its favourite food. What to do, my goat is like a child to me, The Times of India quoted Sarvesh as saying. Sarvesh tried his best to retrieve the money but he could manage to save only two Rs 2,000 notes, that too in a damaged condition.
“Later, two notes wet in saliva could be retrieved in a damaged condition,” he added.
The incident created a buzz in the village as people from nearby areas are thronged to Sarvesh’s home to have a glimpse of the goat. Several people find it interesting and have even clicked selfies with the goat, the national daily reported.
“Some even suggested to take the goat to veterinarians and get some medicines to make the animal vomit and recover the lost money. Many asked me to sell the goat to a butcher as it has brought misfortune to us,” the report added.
One of the neighbours suggested to hand over goat to Police as it had committed a serious crime but the owner replied it saying “it like our own child.”
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