MP Singh, a senior police official of Mathura district, told reporters that some of the marijuana stored in police stations under his vicinity had been “damaged due to heavy rains” and not destroyed by rats.
Eight police officers in Argentina were discharged in 2018 after they attributed the theft of 500 kg of cannabis from a police storage on mice.
Experts, however, refuted the assertion, stating that it was improbable that the animals would mistake the medication for food and that many carcasses would have been discovered in the warehouse if a sizable number of mice had consumed it.
According to a study from 2019, laboratory rats given bread laced with cannabis “tended to become less active and their body temperature also was decreased.”
A year after the sale and drinking of alcohol was outlawed in the state of Bihar in eastern India, authorities blamed rats for devouring thousands of liters of alcohol that had been seized.
When technicians were sent to mend a broken cash machine in the state of Assam in 2018, they discovered that currency notes worth more than 1.2 million rupees ($14,691; £12,143) had been destroyed. Rats were thought to be the culprits.
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