The Indian city of Katraj is to introduce a new ATM machine that can dispense cold milk for thirsty visitors.
British travellers on flights to India have another reason to visit the Pune region, as the city of Katraj will be unveiling the first ATM for milk-thirsty locals.
Aimed at the busy local workers, the Any Time Milk vending machines will offer the refreshing taste of cool milk on the go, 24 hours a day.
The developers insist they won’t be milking people’s wallets either, as the milk will be cheaper than the equivalent shop price.
Despite the planned launch date being just three days after April Fools Day, Pune District Milk Producers Federation insist that this new project is not a joke.
Rambhau Tule, president of the dairy federation, said: “This is no April fool, we are serious. We had been planning to introduce milk for the citizens for past three years, and finally the dream is coming true.”
He added that there are plans to introduce up to ten machines to the city, if the first machine proves a hit with the locals.
Written by Erin Marshall