If this is followed by a plague of lice, I'd make sure there were no Jews being prevented from emigrating.
Traffic came to a halt and locals fled inside after thousands of frogs fell from the sky onto a Serbian village.
Residents in Odzaci told local daily Blic they thought the world was coming to an end.
Aleksandar Ciric said: "I saw all these small frogs just start raining down. There were thousands of them."
Another villager, Caja Jovanovic, added: "This huge 'cloud' seemed to come out of nowhere and its shape and colour looked very strange.
"We were all wondering what it was when suddenly frogs started to fall from the sky. I thought maybe a plane carrying frogs had exploded in midair."
But climatology expert Slavisa Ignjatovic said there was a simple scientific explanation for the incident.
He said: "A whirlwind has sucked up the frogs from a lake, the sea or some other body of water somewhere else and carried them along to Odzaci where they have fallen to the ground. It is a recognised scientific phenomenon."