On Sunday, a leopard got loose on the grounds of a swimming pool in Bangalore, India, and attacked a bunch of people in a crazy insane video—miraculously, no one was seriously hurt.
On Wednesday, the AP reports that a "wild elephant rampaged through an east Indian town ... smashing cars and homes." (The elephant did not attack any people, and it does not appear anyone was injured.)
Are these events indicative of a coordinated Indian rampage plan? Well, the locations of the two incidents are more than 1,500 miles apart, but the animals could have a chat room or something.