Hello!!! Good Evening to you. Do you think you have seen it all? I think you haven't.
Indeed Wonders Shall not Cease, have you Heard of a Cat being detained? This happened in a Main Prison In Sri Lanka. The Reason for this Is the ability of the cat to smuggle Drugs and SIM cards for the use of Inmates.
This Cat was Detected by Jail Intelligence in Sri Lanka Prison. The Police official said Nearly 2 Gram of Heroine was found and Also two sim cards and a Memory Card was found in the Bag Tied Around the Cat's Neck.
But events took a Different Turn when this Cat escaped From Prison where it was detained. The question going through the Officials mind is, was there a mole in the unit who freed the Cat, or the cat is indeed being very smart. What ever the case may be, that cat is smart.
what do you think the Government should do if the Cat is caught, Pepper soup Perhaps?
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