A white collar man was caught today here while stealing chillar coins from the busiest temple in the city. It is said that the man is an employee of an MNC in Mumbai.
“What’s the point of designing expensive clothes and selling them in the market, if in the end wearer of those clothes are going to get slapped in public,” Director of NIFT explained.
The eminent lawyers from all the political parties have spotted the opportunity of huge number of defamation lawsuits that may be filed by the people whose names were made public.
“There is so much of fuss over the names of Swiss Bank account holders having billions of dollars being made public, I too am a citizen of the same country and thus deserve similar treatment,” said the pickpocket pointing to the small gain accruing to him for his petty crime.
After years of waiting to see people with Swiss accounts full of illegally earned money, public expectation was quite different.
Sources close to the gangster told Faking News that this was his desperate publicity gimmick after failing to gain media attention despite issuing threats to film personalities and journalists.
Spendmax, a popular multiplex in the Bangalore was robbed during broad daylight after it was reported that 2 popcorn, 2 pepsi and one small plate of nachos (worth 50k) were stolen.
“Right now the powerful are enjoying the process, because they are not afraid of the ever pending outcomes, so we have to take this fun out of the process.”
Kranti Joshi, a man in his early twenties was caught last night by local police while he was trying to break into a jewelery shop in Sarojini Nagar, Delhi.
Around four hours after the kidnapping, Gaurav’s parents received a ransom e-mail cum admission offer letter, congratulating them for their son’s selection for college’s prestigious Mechanical Engineering course.