Thursday, August 11, 2005

Microchip and stray cows

With 40,000 cows straying on the roads of Delhi, the local municipal corporation had announced that anyone bringing a stray cow would be awarded a handsome sum in cash. These cows would then be sold to new owners thereby ridding the streets of the hazards these cows cause

But fearing that the same cow would be again turned in for the easy money involved , the authorities have had to resort to a microchip in the cow's gut to tell them about a cow already brought in.

via BBC News

1 comment:

TripleSix said...

this is the computer generated world....manual goes stray?
by the way i just wanna know who's martin and gilles(got it frm ur profile)..nvr heard of them!!!