Guys this has been a mail doing rounds in the mail chain list in the last week. The difference is the protagonist is a real man working in Infosys. I am not even changing the name. Have a look at the innocent chain. The beginning of the problem:
I had parked my bike outside the infy MLPL gate, near the HP building, bcos the parking was full in MLPL. At 6.30 pm, i saw my bike. Somebody had broken my helmet lock purposefully. now it's of no use. Whoever has done it, pls reply back to me on my email id. you can pay back the helmet lock money and installation charges(approx 350/-)
Here a few people get back to him:
Wish we lived in sucha society where the culprits surrender themselves and own up their mistake … Looks like you just got to planet earth … Be happy ur bike was still there with both the wheels intact JJ
The Hero replies again:
95% of the ppl who park there are infoscions. I have felt bad about the incident. the inner part of the helmet lock is made of metal. That guy has used all his energy to break my helmet lock into 2 pieces. If he is such a man, he must be manly enough to admit his mistake and pay for his mistake. that's why i hav told him to reply to my email id. I hope atleast he learns some lessons from japanese who are so humble and down to earth now. It's left for him to choose the right path.
It’ not over
Pls do not crack jokes on such matters. imagine, if the same things happen to your bikes or cars. will u crack jokes at that time. pls do not divert the topic. That guy was not a robber. he was just insane. he was angry, i guess. Atleast he could have kept a sorry note and the money for a new helmet lock in my bike cover. (Then, I would hav thought, wow, what a human being.)
And another question for him:
What if he would have kept a sorry note and money and someone else would have stolen that?
Here comes the reply:
Our robbers are not so intelligent. And the guy who has broken my helmet lock is not a saint.
We had a great laugh when my friend forwarded this out! Hope you guys will enjoy it too