Pigeon arrested for threatening Indian Prime Minister

Pigeon arrested for threatening Indian Prime Minister

A pigeon has been arrested for carrying a threatening message to the Prime Minister of India.

The bird was taken into custody after being discovered near the country's border with Pakistan, with a message referencing the 1971 war between Pakistan and India.

The letter - addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi - read: "Modi, we're not the same people from 1971. Now each and every child is ready to fight against India."

And the pigeon is currently being investigated.

Inspector Ramesh Kumar from Narot Jaimal Singh police station said: "The pigeon was carrying the letter when it was found. We are investigating the matter."

He added the police have taken the feathered felon "into custody" whilst investigations continued, according to Sky News.