Sri Lankans have taken over their president’s grand palace, splashed in his pool, played his piano, and taken selfies on his bed.
Sri Lanka is telling its citizens to stay home and grow their own food, as a government minister announced that fuel reserves have hit “rock bottom.”
“We used to make figures of him to worship. Now, I want him gone.”
“Their struggles are not the same as ours.”
“They thought they were invincible and are used to being treated like gods.”
Just a day before the violence, national media reported that the Sri Lankan president and his men will be exempted from hours-long power cuts.
In Sri Lanka, reports of deaths, violence and protests increase amid the country’s worst economic crisis since independence in 1948.
Police say the family are devout members of a Christian denomination that does not believe in medical treatment for diseases.
The chilling incident has triggered talk of the mental health challenges faced by law enforcement in Sri Lanka.
Cannabis has a rich history on the island nation of Sri Lanka, but traditional methods of cultivation are being erased from existence.
Sri Lanka’s Department of Prisons has since banned the COVID-19 protection measure. “We are giving soap instead.”
The totalitarian kingdom has some flex over some countries in South Asia.