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Termites Eat Over Ten Million Rupees From Indian Bank 2

Some bugs are worse than others, but when a bug eats over $200,000 it's time to call an exterminator. Indian Police are investigating the claim that termites ate over 10 million rupees from a branch of The State Bank of India. From the article: "The notes had been kept in a ‘currency chest’ at the branch in Barabanki district, Uttar Pradesh, and officials were reported to be ‘horrified’ to have found most of them reduced to dust by termites when they inspected the contents."
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Termites Eat Over Ten Million Rupees From Indian Bank

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