'Chickenisation': Indonesian city hands out chicks to keep children off smartphones
JAKARTA (DPA) - An Indonesian city wants to lure children away from smartphones by handing out free chicks to school pupils to keep them busy, according to reports on Friday (Nov 22).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
The birds were kept in cages with signs that said:"Take good care of me."
"They will feed the chickens before going to school and after coming home from school. They will learn discipline," he said.Read more: The Straits Times
....you can't make this up!!.....is that what happens if you take too many drugs?.....
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