Activist runs amok over illegal FIFA World Cup 2018 betting in India’s Sikkim

An anti-gambling activist in India went into full beast mode after busting an open betting in the Himalayan state of Sikkim.

The Voice of Sikkim reported that activist Noel Sharma channeled his inner Jesus Christ as he hurled and kicked the hoarding of Golden Gaming Company, which he caught running a betting operation on FIFA World Cup 2018.

Several people and children witnessed how an angry Sharma unleashed his brute force as he vandalized the stall of Golden Gaming, which had been allegedly luring its customers to gamble by letting them play a darts-like game where they could strike the flag of the country they think will win the 2018 World Cup.

The company reportedly offered a Rs 1,000 ($14.80) coupon for those who will visit and participate their gaming arena located at their three betting places, according to Sharma.

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