Nepal Just Rejected Indian Army's Claims Of Finding A Yeti In The Himalayas By Confirming That They Saw Bear Footprints

By Noor | 2 May, 2019

So, recently an Indian mountaineering team claimed that footprints of the ‘Yeti’ were spotted in the snow. Yeti is an ancient mythical creature and is also known as ‘Glacier being’.


The Indian army had announced finding the Yeti has a huge claim

They had broken this news via their official Twitter account and said that footprints of the Yeti in the snow, measuring 32×15 inches were spotted close to an isolated area between Nepal and Tibet.


The government of Nepal has now officially dismissed the claims by the Indian army and have clarified that these are the footprints of a wild bear

Nepal’s Army spokesperson stated that “A team of Indian Army had noticed the footprints and our liaison team was together with them. We tried to ascertain the fact, but locals and porters claimed that it is the footprints of a wild bear that frequently appear in that area.”


Even before the rejection of the claims by the Government of Nepal, the Indian army was trolled by everyone on the social media


People trolled that the Indian Navy would announce the discovery of the loch-ness monster in the sea


Indians themselves stated that such claims by Indian army have deeply embarrassed the nation


Political jokes were made around the situation


Indians wondered if this Yeti story was a different way to troll Indian Airforce for their claim of shooting down the Pakistani F-16


While Pakistanis made sure to make Adnan Sami jokes

We desis love to fat shame so this one landed straight in our laps.


People said they were shocked why the Indian Army DID NOT refer to these prints as the prints of a Pakistani F-16

Source: @AghaHussainReal/Twitter


They even said that the Indian army is just a bunch of jokers

Source: @AghaHussainReal/Twitter


People said that after the fake surgical strikes, this is another Indian discovery which deserves a Nobel prize for being such an entertainment for everyone on the Internet

So, What do you think? Is it another false Indian claim or do Yetis exist in reality? Let us know in the comments below.


Forget White Walkers, The Indian Army Just Spotted A Yeti In The North


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