As I was standing in the stoppage along with my colleague Prosenjit, there came along two men in a bike who pretended to be selling mobiles (Stolen of course). I was about to say no and suddenly a call came to my cell. It was like a flash that the person sitting at the back of the bike snatched my beloved Wizard’s crystal (Nokia X6) and was planning to ride along. I held on to my mobile which was clutched in his hands. Then there came another two people in a bike and a threatening voice. I thought I was about to say goodbye to my precious mobile. But to my surprise the men broke off and left me bruised and the collar button of my shirt broken. And last but not the least the mobile was at my possession.
- Stay away or at least maintain 2ft distance from Bike or cars whose engines are running or are parked at the edge of dark roads. Even in the morning, its better to be careful.
- The lesson that out parents used to teach us, “Never Speak to Strangers” will be modified as be wary of strangers.
- Cell phones should be kept safe and used in a minimized fashion in Roads, especially in early morning and after the evening.
- Always prefer to carry a less costly phone, less money and lesser valuables while travelling on foot or get an auto.