How did the hundredth tiger take its revenge on the Tiger King?

Question: How did the hundredth tiger take its revenge on the Tiger King?

Answer: A few days after the Maharaja killed the hundredth tiger, it was the third birthday of his son. The Maharaja desired to give him some special gift on this occasion. He purchased a wooden tiger from a toy shop and gifted it to his son. That day, the Maharaja and his son were playing with the wooden tiger. The surface of the toy was rough since it had been carved by an unskilled carpenter. A tiny splinter pierced into the Maharaja’s right hand. He pulled it out. But the next day, the infection spread even in the Maharaja’s right arm. Within four days, it developed into a pus and his arm became sore. Three famous surgeons were called from Chennai. They performed the operation. Even though the operation was successful, the Maharaja passed away. Thus, the hundredth tiger took its revenge on the king.


How did the hundredth tiger take its revenge on the Tiger King?


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