Croc scoffs Muslim worshipper.....BURP

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  1. Cannot see this catching on over here some and safety and all that...imagine the chaos in the middle of Bradford?
    'Crocodile eats Bangladesh man who sought its blessing
    A crocodile killed and devoured a 25-year-old man in Bangladesh after he waded into a pond next to a shrine hoping to be blessed by the animal.'
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  2. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    Damm good entry for the Darwin awards.
  3. He probably tasted like chicken.......tikka ;)
  4. B_AND_T

    B_AND_T LE Book Reviewer

    I can see this sort of thing becoming popular. With non muslims.

    A good spectator sport.
  5. Hope he was halal!
  6. More like Chicken Tarka, ( like chicken Tikka but 'Otter)
  7. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    So the croc wanted a Take Away...
  8. AAGF


    Because croc and roll is here to stay!

    Allah loves me this I know
    'cos the Koran tells me so
    If I should die before I wake
    I pray ...
  9. Now that was clever!! :D

    Well done for that one :D

    (strange that a muslim would want blessed by a croc though... sure he wasn't a hindu or summat?)
  10. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    Maybe he offended the croc by wearing croc skin shoes?
  11. I find it difficult to believe that the bloke was a Muslim looking for a blessing from the croc. Muslims don't worship false idols and a croc is certainly a false idol.
  12. Apparently the location is a shrine to a Sufi saint.
    Not clear on Islamic theology but perhaps going into the pond is a form of "tariqa" focusing the mind on Allah? Sufi is a bit off the mainstream
  13. If only we could say he went for an Indian! :lol: :lol: ..............................
  14. What the fcuk???? Are these fcukers on drugs?

  15. But did he get the blessing? I'm on tenderhooks.