A pigeon has been "arrested" in India on suspicion of being a Pakistani spy - after it was caught wearing a wire device.
It became pigeon-impossible for the winged intruder when a young boy caught it in his village - around 4km from the Pakistani border - and turned him into the cops.
Pathankot's senior superintendent of police Rakesh Kaushal told the Times of India: "Nothing adverse has been found, but we have kept the bird in our custody.
"This is a rare instance of a bird from Pakistan being spotted here. We have caught a few spies here."
And the country's Intelligence Bureau issued an alert to Punjab Police to be weary of Pakistani terrorists.
The accused was also carrying a message written in Urdu - the national language of Pakistan - and a phone number.