Chataraboina Narsawa was at home in her village in India when the aggressive creatures attacked her.
Chataraboina Narsawa, 70, died in southern India after being attacked by a pack of wild monkeys while she was going to the toilet. It is reported by the Daily Mail.
At the time of the attack on the pensioner, who lived with her daughter in the village of Ramareddy, she was alone. Her daughter left for the wedding, but later returned and rushed her mother to the hospital, where she unfortunately died from her injuries.
Authorities denied that the woman was beaten by animals and said she slipped and fell, hitting her head on the floor. However, they confirmed that Chataraboina suffered injuries from which she later died while trying to escape from a crowd of monkeys.
“We learned from local residents that when the monkeys attacked her, she tried to escape. At the same time, she slipped and fell. She received a head injury and died,” the police inspector said.
Chataraboina’s family cremated her shortly after her death, and the police are still investigating.
The authorities rejected the version that the woman was beaten by animals
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This deadly attack is just the latest in a long line of ape-related tragedies in India, home to millions of primates. Local residents are sounding the alarm and demanding that the government do something.
On August 31, 2022, near the Indian city of Budaun, a 52-year-old farmer tried to escape from a flock of monkeys that attacked him. But he tragically died after falling from the roof of his own house. Neighbors immediately took the man to the hospital, but upon arrival, doctors pronounced him dead.
Relatives of the victim of aggressive primates also spoke about the details of what happened, in particular, that monkeys attack their homes and crops almost daily.
Earlier, Focus wrote that in India, the eight-year-old heiress of a million fortune suddenly decided to become a nun. Her father, who professes Jainism, noted that she has always been very pious and this is entirely her choice.
It was also reported that in India they tried to rename Valentine’s Day. The authorities hoped that the replacement of the holiday would simultaneously increase the “emotional wealth” of citizens and deal a blow to “Western cultural imports.” But instead, the Internet “exploded” with memes and various ridicule.
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