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A Farmer in Karnataka Files Police Complaint Against His Cows For Not Producing Milk

Four of a farmer's cows have been reported to the police in Karnataka's Shivamogga district. Even after he took them for grazing, he said they were not producing milk.

Chintu Das

A farmer has addressed the police in an odd case reported from a village in Karnataka, stating that his four cows are not producing milk. 

Ramaiah, a farmer from Sidlipura village in Shivamogga district's Bhadravati taluk, requested that the policemen at Holehonnur police station file a complaint against his cows. He claimed that despite being given fodder, the cows were not producing milk. 

The farmer said in his complaint that he grazes the cows every day from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

"However, they haven't given milk in four days. As a result, cops must persuade them to give milk "'I told the Deccan Herald,' he said. 

Meanwhile, the police have stated that such an unusual complaint cannot be filed. "We've persuaded the farmer of this," they claimed. 

In another incident, a goat ran away with government documents in Kanpur a few days ago. A goat that wandered into the Chaubepur block office and stole a few papers caused an interesting event. When a coworker noticed this, he gave the goat a chase to rescue the documents. A video of the incident, in which the staffer is unable to control the goat, has gone viral

In a separate occurrence, a cow that was set for slaughter fled to a water park in Nova Granada, Brazil. It broke out from its confinement and walked around for a bit until it came across an open-air swimming pool nearby The bovine then ascended some stairs to the top of a water slide.

The animal then made its way down the steep route to a pool below The video of the animal going down a waterslide became viral on social media last week The cow was then adopted as a pet by the owner of the swimming pool. The new owner gave the cow the name Tobog, which means slide' in Portuguese. 

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