Prohibited Russian casinos in Moscow have now been roosters that are using even rats for gambling purposes, police say.
It might probably not be a practice that many of us agree with, but the majority folks are familiar utilizing the concept of cockfighting osters that are fighting each other so that you can gamble in the result. You most likely also remember dog fighting being in the news (especially when it involved football player Michael Vick). But rats used for gambling purposes? That’s new to us.
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Yet that’s exactly just what authorities in Moscow found when they conducted a raid on an illegal gambling venue in the city. Police announced that during a raid of the bookmaker on Novy Arbat Street conducted last month, they came across cages containing roosters, rats, and even bugs all of which they believed were used for gambling inside the venue.
Police didn’t say which establishment the strange collection of animals came from, though they did report also recovering more equipment that is traditional including eight computers that contained information on unlawful gambling tasks.
While there was no recognition of the venue targeted in the raid, conjecture in the media has fallen for an activity complex referred to as Korona. Earlier this 12 months, The Moscow News ran a piece detailing those activities going on at Korona, which is situated on Novy Arbat.