A camel and a jackal --- go to a field of melons the river --- jackal howls --- camel beaten --- returns --- the camel throws the jackal into the river --- Moral.
Once a camel desired to eat some melons. He took along with him his friend, a jackal into a field across the river. The jackal was soon filled to the full and began to howl. It is my habit to sing after having my meal, he said.
The farmer heard the howl and ran towards his field. He saw the camel busy eating his melons. He drove it away with a good beating. The jackal ran through the bushes to meet his friend near the bank. And he began to cross the river as before. But the camel sat down in midstream. What are you doing?” said the jackal. It is my habit, replied the camel, to take a bath after eating melons. In this way the foolish jackal was drowned.
Moral: As you sow, so shall you reap.