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THIRSTY CROW JUST GOT SMARTER STOLE CREDIT CARD THIS TIME

By Gagan Bhullar . 11th May 2018 07:45pm
THIRSTY CROW JUST GOT SMARTER STOLE CREDIT CARD THIS TIME

Japan is one of the most technologically-advanced nations in the world. From being the pioneers in robot science to the innovators of the Bullet train, the small island country has made advancements like no other. Japanese men (and women) have really created a niche with their scientific and tech-savvy brains and looks like the little birdies from the nation are not far behind. A latest video viral on the social media is the proof that Japanese crows are as smart as the people there. Watch the video by clicking to the play button on the featured image above. Well, just to put it in words, this crow stole a credit card from a woman commuter and tried to buy a train ticket at Kinshicho station in Tokyo. We applaud the bird's keen observation that, literally, went through the whole ticketing procedure, navigated through the machine's instructions and even attempted to make the payment when prompted. On realizing he had no money of his own, the bird went ahead and took the credit card of a woman commuter who was buying her own tickets in the next slot. The crow can be seen snatching the card as the machine ejected it. The lady can be seen requesting the birdie to return her card, but the little thief ignored all her pleas. However, the cute-sy attempts had no gain at the end! Poor Little Crow... The chivalrous bird then went ahead and returned the credit card to the rightful owner and the lady even thanked him! The whole theatrics were recorded by the Twitter handle @kinoshi42155049 and the video became an instant hit amongst the Twitterati. It has already garnered more than 2.88 million views. Looks like after making considerate advances in Artificial Intelligence and Human Robotics, it's time that Japanese start considering designing robot-birds as well. Meanwhile, we are also stuck, where was this now-famous-on-Twitter black bird headed to?