Indian authorities jail donkeys for eating expensive plants

Indian authorities jail donkeys for eating expensive plants

Indian authorities jail donkeys for eating expensive plants

In a freaky and an extremely unusual case, eight donkeys were "jailed" for four days for destroying "costly" flower pots and plants in Orai, Uttar Pradesh. Jail officials released the equines after he "requested for forgiveness" and submitted an affidavit stating he would not leave the donkeys loose in the area again.

The donkeys were apprehended from Urai district jail.

First, a few UP cops decide to detain a herd of donkeys for destroying one of the state police stations' expensive plantations.

When Kamlesh found out his donkeys were being held in prison, he pleaded for their release - but was denied.

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RK Mishra, head of the jail, said: 'These donkeys had destroyed some very expensive plants which our senior officer had arranged for planting inside jail and despite warnings the owner let loose his animals here so we detained the donkeys'.

He said: 'There is no such law wherein we can arrest donkeys. And eventually the donkeys ended up in jail. When I came to know that they are in jail, I sought the help from local Bharatiya Janata Party leaders.

"The animals not only ate plants, they ruined the entire garden and injured the children of the colony", jail superintendent Sitaram Sharma told PTI. On Monday, when Gahoi asked the policemen to release the donkeys, the animals ultimately got their "freedom". The owners were located and they were told to "bail out" their animals only after filling a bond on the affidavit for committing the "crime" like any other criminal.

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