New Delhi's high court is currently offering a 200 rupee bounty to any residents that can catch a cow. It seems that the city has a massive problem with cattle roaming the streets. Picture, if you will, these massive beasts wandering city streets, reveling in their bovine freedom. The problem is so large, in fact, that an estimated 35,000 head of cattle are milling about, with at least four people having been trampled or gored to death so far this year.
I can only suggest that this is the beginnings of a bovine revolution, sparked off by years of slaughter at the hands of the evil dictatorship known as McDonald's.