Kes Pecah Rumah & Samun

The other day AR shared her scary nightmare. She dreamed that there’s a break in her area. The next day, her dad called and told her to be careful. Apparently her dad was informed that there’s a break in around their area.

Tonight, as I got back home from rugby, I was told there was a burglary that took place 10 minutes before I reached home and it happened right in front of my house! I guess AR’s nightmare was pretty much like a warning.

Anyway, I sat down with mom and discussed what to do if she ever encountered such incident. From my criminal mind and all the Hollywood stints I’ve watched, I came up with this.

  1. Never fight back. It’s not worth risking your life/ health over a few hundred or maybe thousand ringgit.
  2. Don’t use weapon to fight. They might get yours and knock you with it.
  3. Check your surroundings. It’s part of a ninja training, but it applies when you want to get out of the car to open the gate.
  4. Stay in the car. No matter what, stay in the car. And make sure it’s locked.
  5. Run them over. If they block the road, make sure you floor the pedal!
  6. Inform the police immediately. I don’t think this is hard to do.
  7. Don’t negotiate. They want to do it as quiet, quick and clean as possible. So if you try to say anything, they’ll probably knock you.
  8. Finally, again, never fight back. Give whatever they want.

If I ever get into this situation, I’ll probably try to catch them, tie them to the neighborhood sign board, naked. But I doubt I have the required skills nor physical to fight back. I’ll probably toss them all my wallet content and say,

“Nah… pergi main jauh jauh!”

ps: Just be careful!

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19 thoughts on “Kes Pecah Rumah & Samun”

  1. Burglars tend to get panic, too. They’re human after all. Except professionals, they are indeed, breaking with at least 30% of fear. That fear, will eventually force them to do whatever it takes to escape, if they get caught. And that whatever-it-takes can actually go to the extend of killing.

    So, that’s a good advice, bro. Just give them what they want.

    Burglars, like the rest of us, are trying to make a living, too. They just prefer shortcuts. Or they’re just extremely stupid and couldn’t finish school, and didn’t manage to get a job.

    Good post, bro.

  2. You pretty much say it sir. Nyawa > Wang. Banyak mane pun, unless la kan, kita ninja penguin yang boleh blend dengan surrounding, boleh la kung fu sikit perompak tu. Kalau takda martial arts, susah sikit la nak berlawan dengan parang.

  3. Err… Paranawe is a song, whereas Capoiera is the martial art. I can understand if you wanna learn Capoiera to fight back but why would you wanna learn how to sing Paranawe?? Put them to sleep?? =.=

  4. Kenapa title entry kali ni dalam bahasa melayu..?

    ok back to the topic..

    semua tu mmg nasihat yang bernas.. tapi kengkadang kita ni cepat sangat panik bila berhadapan dengan situasi begini.. bila dah panik, pepaham je lah.. semua tingkah laku bodoh yang tidak pernah difikirkan otak akan keluar dengan serta merta.. hurmm..

  5. No iv dah tak leh apply eddie, my mum kena ragut (more like rompak) while she was in the car. doors all locked. the cermin is damn freaking tebal. it all happened too fast. guy with motorcycle stopped next to her, smashed the window with something, and grabbed her handbag

    and i think if she floored the pedal, he would’ve opened the door, get in the car and gosh dunno what would happen next. these guys they are really quick and skilled

  6. Oh my! But I didn’t say anything not getting robbed while in the car. It’s just safer if you stay in. Don’t ever go out.

    One of my colleague got her laptop stolen when she was in the car. She tried fighting back, but all she got was her key chain. Sad..

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