Rodents chew cash worth INR 1.2 million in an ATM in India

LAST MODIFIED: June 20 2018, 14:00 IST
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In a bizarre incident, rodents chewed up close to INR 1.2 million in an ATM machine in Assam’s Tinsukia district in India.

According to reports in The Hindu, the ATM in sensation had been out of order since May 19, along with technicians being called in on June 11 to fix the machine.

However, as the technicians cracked open the machine, they were shocked to bones to find piles of shredded cash, mostly INR 500 and INR 2,000 notes(The little brains proved to be rather developed in maths).

A video doing rounds on social media shows ATM compartment laden with feces all over.

https://twitter.com/NANDANPRATIM/status/1008758641288269824

The video also shows a voice saying, “And here we have a mouse. An entire mafia here,” as the bank workers lift the cover on a box containing a pile of chewed money.

According to Tinsukia district Superintendent of Police, Mugdhajyoti Mahanta, the maintenance company had called its engineer from Kolkata to repair the ATM.

“When the engineer and other officials opened the ATM on June 11, they found destroyed notes and also found a dead mouse inside the ATM,” the superintendent said.

A police complaint has been filed and the incident is currently under investigation.