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Police at your service...

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat allah wa barakatoh

Hope everyone (or let's say everyNoOne) is just fine..

Today, I had a very strange experince.
After the exams we had today, we went out of the college toward where my sis's friend parks her car, we went.. and found mm NO CARSSSS, there is not a single car... the first car we saw was far from that place... we went there searching for the car, one of the Buses' drivers told us that the Militry Police (who has a building near by) has came and left all the cars that were here... (It's going more fun.. hah)

After some questions to people there, they told us to go to a place (beside a bridge) and we "may" find the car there...
We went, and (as expected) we didn't find the car.. we asked some Militry Soldiers there, they guided us to -so called- their centeral building. We went and they were "shocked".
The Soldier : No cars came here...
Us : So ???
The Solider : I don't know (who should know then!!!)
Us (getting nervous) : We want someone responsible..
Then he started to make some calls and let me enter to the Security Manager (or whatever) who made some more calls till he finally told me "Ok I found it, go right left, straight, ask the solider there, and he will tell u"...
We went... and again (as expected) we didn't find it and the soldier there has nothing to say about that... (gr8!!!).. we kept walking on the streets.. searching for the car, we spent about 4 hours since we discovered that there is no Car, till we found the car...

Actually I spent only 3 hours out of those 4, cuz by then, the girl's mother came and she handled the matter, so me & my sister left to home...

Few minutes ago, the girl called my sister and informed here that they found the car (be accident) thrown on some street !!!!!..

Thanks Police for ur care !!!!

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat allah wa barakatoh

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