A camel which was left out in the soaring heat by its owner got revenge by biting its owners head off in a village in Rajasthan, India on Saturday.
It took 25 villagers over 6 hours to calm the angry camel down after the incident.
The Times of India reports:
Urjaram of Mangta village was entertaining guests at his house on Saturday night when he suddenly realised that his camel had been out in the heat all day with its legs tied.
He was attacked when he tried to untie the annoyed animal.
“The animal lifted him by the neck and threw him on to the ground, chewed the body and severed the head,” villager Thakara Ram said. Villagers revealed that the camel had attacked Urjaram in the past as well.
Areas in Rajasthan are witnessing some of the highest mercury levels in the country. Jawans patrolling the border with Pakistan, too, are facing a tough time dealing with camels in this heat.
Recently, a camel attempted to get a jawan off its back while rushing to the shade.
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