A voter says he hacked off his finger after casting his ballot for the wrong political party in India's general election.
Pawan Kumar became confused by the symbols on the electronic voting machine and voted for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party instead of its regional rival in Uttar Pradesh state on Thursday, his brother told AFP.
He is seen in the video sporting a bandage on his left index finger, which would have been marked with ink.
The symbol of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) - which he had meant to vote for - is an elephant, the BBC reported.
Voting for the second phase of Lok Sabha elections concluded at 5 pm with a turnout of 67.55 per cent.
"I wanted to vote for the elephant, but I voted for the flower by mistake", said Kumar in a viral video shared on social media.
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While the BJP's symbol is a lotus, the elephant is the symbol of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), a regional heavyweight that has allied with two other regional parties against the BJP.
Symbols are important for elections in India, where literacy is low in several areas, according to the report.
Mr Kumar is a Dalit (formerly known as untouchables) - a crucial vote bank for the BSP.
Thursday's vote was considered vital for the country's regional parties, the outlet reported.
With over 900 million eligible voters, India's election is the largest in the world.
The plebiscite is taking place over seven stages, with votes set to be counted on May 23.