“Being small in size, rats have no fear of the police,” a Mathura officer stated in court after claiming rodents ate a half-ton of drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
“Being small in size, rats have no fear of the police,” a Mathura officer stated in court after claiming rodents ate a half-ton of drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
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Hungry rats to blame for 1,000lbs of missing marijuana, India police say – court not convinced

  • Police in Mathura, a city about 100 miles south of New Delhi, said rodents ate the sizeable stockpile, filled with enough of the drug to roll 1.3 million joints
  • A court that had mandated the drugs be produced as evidence in a smuggling trial, was seemingly unconvinced and demanded proof that the rats had eaten the drugs

“Being small in size, rats have no fear of the police,” a Mathura officer stated in court after claiming rodents ate a half-ton of drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
“Being small in size, rats have no fear of the police,” a Mathura officer stated in court after claiming rodents ate a half-ton of drugs. Photo: Shutterstock
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