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Rats have a $19,000 meal in India
GAUHATI, India -- It was a cash machine heist with a difference: The attackers were hungry rodents. At least one rat slipped through a hole in the back of an ATM in northeastern India and started eating. By the time it was finished, police say more than $19,000 in bills were shredded. When technicians arrived June 11 to fix a broken State Bank of India cash machine in the town of Tinsukia, they found a dead rat inside it and Indian currency notes worth nearly 1.3 million rupees, or a little more than $19,000, chewed to shreds.