In a bizarre incident, Odisha farm owner files complaint after chickens 'die of shock from loud music'
The man, who owns a poultry farm in Balasore district, filed a police complaint on Tuesday alleging that more than 60 chickens died of shock from the high-decibel music
Balasore: In a bizarre incident, Odisha's old MacDonald has claimed that his chickens went 'cluck cluck cluck' and died on listening to loud music that was being played at a wedding ceremony next door.
The man, who owns a poultry farm in Balasore district, filed a police complaint on Tuesday alleging that more than 60 chickens died of shock from the high-decibel music.
Ranjit Parida, in the FIR at Nilagiri police station, also said that the groom's family refused to turn down the volume of the music, despite being requested to do so.
He further stated that chickens started flying in various directions inside the cages as the music played on, and some later collapsed and died.
A police officer confirmed that Parida has registered a complaint.
He said that an investigation has been initiated into the matter.
Odisha FC will look for a new dawn after parting ways with coach Kiko Ramirez when they take on fellow stragglers NorthEast United FC in the Indian Super League in Margao on Tuesday.
Ramirez was shown the door on Friday after the Spaniard was unable to produce desirable results.
Nishu Kumar (28th) and Harmanjot Khabra (40th) netted first-half goals to keep the Kerala juggernaut rolling. Kerala now have 20 points from 11 games while Odisha, who remain in eighth place, have 13 in their kitty from 10 matches.