Donkey-enabled Wi-Fi now a reality

Donkeys in Israel have now been fitted with Wi-Fi routers.

The donkeys, which are part of a historical amusement park, are dispersed around the location allowing tourists the opportunity to access the Internet if needed.

Known as Kfar Kedem, or “Village of Yore”, the park aims to re-enact life from the first and second centuries of the Middle East – now with the modern addition of Wi-Fi.

Currently, 5 of the park’s 30 donkeys have been fitted with routers, with park manager Menachem Goldberg’s planning of expanding his Wi-Fi herd.

Source: Times of Israel

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