Lucky Two-Headed Lizard Found in Chiang Mai

April 29, 2013
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The discovery of a two-headed Jingjok lizard at house number “222” will surely see a rush on these digits for the next lottery in Thailand. According to a report in the Daily News today, the owner of a car repair garage in Chiang Dao district of Chiang Mai was returning home when his wife called out that a strange looking Jingjok just fell from the door. On closer inspection he discovered that the Jingjok had two heads and by the look of it had just been born. He then trapped the Jingjok in a glass. As news spread around the village, many people came to see the two-headed Jingjok which they considered to be a lucky talisman. The car mechanic was offered a lot of money for the Jingjok but he refused all offers saying that he believes that the two-headed Jingjok will bring good fortune to his household.

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3 Responses to Lucky Two-Headed Lizard Found in Chiang Mai

  1. Jay
    May 1, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    I want to see this. Can tours be arranged? 🙂

  2. May 4, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    Amazing! And kind of cute too!!!

  3. Yeesip Song
    May 5, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    A pity: the lottery winning number (2 May) was not 22, it was 07 but the 2nd prize included 238822 and the 3rd prize included 041122 … hope they won something.

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