The Hush Post |16:41 am |two-minute-read
Ever heard of a man coming to a police station with a complaint of someone having stolen his heart?
Well, cops in Nagpur found themselves in a bizzare situation when a youth approached them with a complaint to find his “stolen” heart.
The youth wanted to lodge a complaint regarding this. He stated that the accused, in this case, was a girl who had “stolen” his heart.
Police personnel often get complaints about stolen goods, but this bizarre case put the police station in-charge in a fix. He contacted his superiors for advice in dealing with the matter.
His superiors informally discussed the issue. Then they came to the conclusion that there is no section under Indian laws that deal with such complaints.
Finally, the policemen told the youth they don’t have a solution to his problem and turned him away.
The incident was shared by Nagpur Police Commissioner Bhushan Kumar Upadhyay last week during a programme where the police department returned stolen articles worth Rs 82 lakh to their respective owners.
Interacting with the media, Upadhyay, in a lighter vein, said, “We can return stolen articles, but sometimes we also get such complaints which even we cannot solve.”
The ‘victim’ in this case seems to be a psychologically disturbed man. It seems that he actually thought that the cops would be able to understand his plight.