https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Je2tTUyEXC8 We have always heard and seen farmers adopting different methods to save their crops from pests and birds but this one is for sure rarest of the rare. According to a Hindustan Times report, a farmer in Andhra Pradesh's Nellore district has come out with his master plan to save his crops from 'evil eyes' by installing Sunny Leone's sultry poster in front of his fields. As per the leading daily, 45 years-old, Chenchu Reddy stated them,
This year, I have a good crop on 10 acres. This has been attracting unnecessary attention of villagers and passersby. To ward off their evil eye, I thought of this idea of putting up the big flax poster of Sunny Leone a couple of days ago.[caption id="attachment_29938" align="alignnone" width="960"] Picture credits: ht[/caption] The poster which reads “Orey, nannu chusi edavakura" in farmers native language means Hey, don’t cry or feel jealous of me, in the English language. Reddy feels that the experiment has worked to divert people's gaze from his fields.
The trick has worked. Nobody is looking at my crop now.On the legislative front, the farmer does not feel he had broken any indecency law on the first hand and that the agriculture officials should not find it objectionable since they never come to their fields to hear out their problems and sufferings. In the end, the farmer asked,
The officials never bother to come to our fields to find out our problems. Why should they have any objection?