Four arrested for vandalising Indian heritage site

Police in India have arrested four men on suspicion of vandalising a UNESCO World Heritage site.

A clip went viral on social media showing a group of men toppling a 16th century pillar in the southern Indian town of Hampi.

In addition to the three men who pushed the pillar, which was located outside a temple, a fourth person who was filming the incident has also been arrested.

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