Earlier this week, a herd of about 70 elephants in India got drunk on a fermented rice-based drink, which set them off on a four-day rampage. The inebriated elephants ultimately killed three people and smashed dozens of homes.
On Thursday, local officials said that the herd's path of destruction was left near the border states of West Bengal and Orissa.
Villagers had stockpiled the fermented rice drink in preparation for a festival. Animal experts say that the elephants were semi-urbanized and often get a taste for human-prepared food, including rice and molasses-based drinks. Some even actively seek it out.
During the drinking binge, several elephants were also found sleeping it off.