Robbers use lion's urine to tame dogs
27 January 2015, 13:36
Kampala - Robbers in Uganda's capital Kampala are each day coming up with new methods of stealing.
Police have discovered that robbers use lion's urine to tame dogs guarding rich people's homes. The discovery was made last week in Kampala's suburb of Muyenga where most rich people live.
''There is a new method being used by robbers. They use lion's urine to stop dogs from attacking them,'' said police officer Ali Waiswa.
The chairman of Muyenga parish, Yasin Omara said, ''The robbers now use lion's urine to tame our dogs. Once our dogs smell the lions urine, they get so much scared and simply go into hiding.''
He said that they have got information that the robbers expensively buy the urine from people who collect it in Kasese district, 400 kms west of Kampala.
''They pour the urine over the fences of our homes and once the dogs smell it, they get scared that they simply look on as thugs rob us.''
Police has embarked on hunting the robbers who use urine to confuse the dogs so that they go over their robbery exercises unhindered.
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