Men release snakes in India gov’t office
Cobras: New tactic in dispute resolution?
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Two farmers in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh released a bag of poisonous snakes at a government office on Tuesday in retaliation for attempted bribery by government officials. They men had asked for tax receipts on their land but were repeatedly denied the documents. They set free some 40 snakes, including cobras. None of the office’s employees or visitors were injured and the snakes were later captured.
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