In Israel, a group of Bedouins organised camel races
Gambling can be orchestrated anywhere, as long as there's intrigue and unpredictable outcomes. In Israel, a group of Bedouins initiated camel races, which might sound amusing, but they were apprehended by the police, leading to significant complications for them.
The organizers now face charges including:
• Operating illegal gambling activities;
• Cruelty to animals;
• Violation of traffic regulations.
The icing on the cake was the discovery of several greenhouses filled with marijuana on the Bedouins' property, all of which were subsequently dismantled. Such races are organized annually, attracting a considerable number of Arab gambling enthusiasts. Given their popularity, it's likely that such illicit events will continue to flourish.