Thats a great thing Arkin. A big thumbsup to you for being a Good samartian to the society at large. Its because there are no people to question or raise a voice that we have all these fools running amuck stepping on other people's heads.
I myself had to raise my voice against an idiot on a bike two days back.
What happened was-
Me and my wife were returning home from work. We were following a Zen which belonged to a driving school and was driven by a lady instructor,she was on her way home too after picking her child from school.
The road we were on was very narrow. There is just enouigh space for a car and an auto to pass eachother. Now the Zen approaches a tight left turn which is also a blind curve. I'm just behind her car.
Then suddenly a bike comes opposite doing at least 40kmph and in top gear probably which is very fast for this curve. The guy on the bike was on the wrong side of the road(racing line-to take the curve at a faster speed
) On seeing the car he suddenly swerved left and braked hard locking his front wheel. He had a helmet on and hit his head slightly on the tarmac on crashing. He was ok though. No bruises even,maybe a sprain at the maximum. The Zen was on the extreme left from the beginning and stopped without even screeching and there was no collision too.
What follows next was surprising. The lady got out of the car and helped the guy up,(I could not get out as an auto from behind came and stopped parallel to my door and the left side door was two inches from a wall.)
As soon as the guy got on his feet,he started abusing the lady and started to say it was her fault,the skid marks plus scratches on the road were on the bikers side as he crashed after moving the bike to his left and so he had a chance to make her the accused now.Also since the zen was a learner's car,it had a lot of scratches and dents all over and any of those can be used in evidence against the poor lady saying that it was a result of her crashing into the bike. The kid in the Zen was also afraid seeing her mother being shouted at and all.
Well thats more than I can take,so I roll my window down and shout at the biker saying that I saw everything and if he better not shut up, apologize and be on his way I'll be calling the cops. He gave me the look,I did not blink an eye and gave me the meanest look I can too
. Seems then felt he might get in to trouble and took his bike and left without a word. ( Another thing was that not a single person present there was willing to support the lady
My wife asked me why do you need to get involved. Well I said its because no one does is what makes people like the biker to have the guts to act like that. She asked me what if that biker had attacked me? I said its ok let him,I'll take that risk,it can be worse if he's left to carry on with his attitude.
Arkin,only if people start to look out for each other can we stop people from getting away with hooliganism and once again I appreciate your sincere effort.
Way to Go