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This 17-yr-old girl acted like a ghost to save herself from getting molested

If one can quickly think and pull this one for real, it sure is a great idea.

By: Express Web Desk |
May 19, 2016 7:52:44 pm
delhi girl main Picture used for representational purposes

According to a Facebook post that has gone viral, a Delhi girl made a very smart move to save herself from getting molested. She acted like a ghost in front of the boys who had held her.

The girl’s friend shared the story on Facebook, and in instantly created an online buzz. She wrote about the Delhi-based friend, who was walking around the street in the city’s Punjabi Bagh area around 10pm when she saw two men following her. They then took her to a secluded area but the girl, who wants to remains anonymous, pulled a fast, and very unusual, one at the boys.

“She acted as if she was a ghost and started speaking in a paranormal way, she would laugh hard at times, and the next moment just stare at the men’s faces,” reads the post. One of the two got scared and ran but the other one remained unfazed. To scare him, the girl scratched him and smeared his blood on her face. Scared, the boy ran.

The post got such an overwhelming response that the privacy settings on it was changed to make it inaccessible for many. However, the settings were later changed and it is now available publicly.

“I was so moved by the witty escape she made, that I couldn’t help but post about this. To everyone out there, be safe. And if you can’t be safe, be smart like her,” the Facebook user wrote.

If one can quickly think and pull this one for real, it sure is a great idea.

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