Bull accidentally eats 40 grams of gold ornaments in Haryana’s Sirsa
Team Udayavani, Oct 30, 2019, 11:32 AM IST
Sirsa: A bull ate about 40 grams of gold ornaments that belonged to a woman living in Kalanawali area in Haryana’s Sirsa.
Speaking to reporters, Janakraj said, “The incident took place on October 19 when my wife and daughter-in-law put their gold ornaments in a bowl in which they were cutting vegetables. The bowl got covered by leftover vegetables by mistake. After which it was thrown into the garbage. CCTV camera footage showed a bull eating the garbage in which the vegetables had been thrown.”
“We searched for the bull and called a veterinary doctor to catch the animal. After this, we have tied the bull in an open space near our home and have been feeding it. We are hoping that we will get the gold from its dung, that is why we are feeding it,” he said.
“We will leave the bull at a goshala if we do not get gold from its dung,” he added.
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