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Bengaluru locals find a crocodile in the middle of a road

A Bengaluru-based artist created a life-size crocodile on a badly potholed Sulthanpalya Main Road. Commuters were caught unaware as they passed by this rather real looking crocodile resting the pond of water created by the pothole.

Baadal Nanjundaswamy used art to protest inaction by the civil authorities to repair the road which is used by daily commuters. "Everyone has the potential to express themselves in his or her own way. This is my way of communicating a grievance.

The artist went on to share pictures of how the road has now been covered by local authorities.

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