Rodents 'eat' Brussels' traffic plans

Mice have been blamed for destroying plans made to solve the ongoing traffic congestion in the city of Brussels.

Rodents 'eat' Brussels' traffic plans

Mice have been blamed for destroying plans made to solve the ongoing traffic congestion in the city of Brussels.

Brussels officials blamed ravenous rodents for munching on the masterplans made to tackle the issue and the local parliament have been told the repairs have now been put on hold.

According to The Daily Telegraph newspaper, the unlikely tale was made while an investigation was under way into underground tunnels in the Belgian capital, which are in danger of falling apart.

And now the people of Belgium are outraged with some saying it's just an excuse not to fix the traffic problem.

The Sputnik website commented: "Obviously, rodents sneakily devoured the documents so that the streets of the city will never be free of traffic jams."

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