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Sri Lankan Prez Goes Nuts Over Airplane Snack

Sri Lankan Prez Goes Nuts Over Airplane Snack
Sri Lankan Prez Goes Nuts Over Airplane Snack

After a recent Sri Lankan Airlines flight, Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena went on the warpath about the in-flight fare offered by the carrier: the cashews.

“When I returned from Nepal, they served some cashew nuts on the plane [that], let alone humans, even dogs can’t eat, who approves these things?” Sirisena announced angrily to a group of farmers.

“Who approved the cashew? Who is responsible for this?”

It has not yet been made clear what, specifically, was objectionable about the cashews.

To read more on this story, go to BBC.

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