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Old 27th March 2007, 19:24   #16
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nitroxx , good to know that you guys are safe.
Wonder what the elders think and hand out the car keys to such morons .
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But seriously, you should have used your LC to tail swipe that car - so it would spin around - like US cops do.
And then you should have used the LC's 4x4 capability to flatten the BMW's engine bay - while leaving the occupants shell untouched.
Bad reminder of how saddistic people can get.Mahesh I hope we people in Bangalore can drive around safe .
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Old 27th March 2007, 19:31   #17
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All I can say is none of us were injured thankfully.And this has left a scar in my mind thats gonna take a while to heal...
My advice if someone ever spots an underage driver screwing around,stop his car and warn him or better yet call the cops.

Sad to hear that, nitroxx. Were they local boys? And did you have ladies in the 'cruiser? I've had a couple of such incidents but I've either blasted off in the Lumina or have stopped at the nearest petrol station for a smoke.

Anyway good to hear you're safe.
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or have stopped at the nearest petrol station for a smoke.
your allowed to smoke in petrol stations???
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Old 27th March 2007, 19:40   #19
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your allowed to smoke in petrol stations???
so that the irritating guys follow him in there and he blows up the place..
Nice I like it.. One more sadistic than the other
MAGgie u have competition

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Whats this I hear abt having competition? Competitor's note: I compete hard.

Nitroxx, did you note down the beamer's number? You could atleast publish the incident to a newspaper. While things have happened, there's a remote chance they might publicize the incident - something similar - but not quite - had happened here in Bangalore involving the Chief Minister's son and his croonies with an imported car in between. It was publicized in the papers - although the guilty party did get away unscathed from the publicity, atleast they seem to be lying low for now

rjstiletto: Yes you can. So long as you're not underaged and dont drive an imported car in an inebriated state.

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Old 27th March 2007, 20:18   #21
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your allowed to smoke in petrol stations???
Yes you are - in certain areas of the petrol station. They even provide ashtrays.
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Old 27th March 2007, 20:25   #22
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And aniguchisan, Sheikh Zayed Road is in Matunga. Right where the Madras Coffee House is located.
Dont confuse him. There IS a Madras Hotel on Shk. Zayed Rd.
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Where are the pics Nitroxx??
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Old 28th March 2007, 00:39   #24
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hey guys thanx alot for the support,and yeah we had our girlfriends in the car with us..and the pics i will be putting up soon,just been running around for insurance work right now,but will in a day or two guys and these were local kids..I have the blue beemer at the same garage too will click pics of both the cars.sorry for the delay guys
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Lovely how this turned into an all out bash-me-up orgy. My point was quite simple...that how easy it is for underage rich kids in India/Dubai/wherever to get away with it all. I admit I didn't go twice over the name of the road, which is obviously my bad. Don't deny it, it's incredibly easy to bribe your way in India, and y'all know it. Cut me a little slack guys, I'm as Indian as you. Sheesh.
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Don't deny it, it's incredibly easy to bribe your way in India, and y'all know it. Cut me a little slack guys, I'm as Indian as you. Sheesh.
Yeah, true.

I think you're next avatar should be the tricolour or something. You know, a little affirmation.
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... I think you're next avatar should be the tricolour or something. You know, a little affirmation.
Yeah. And you should eat malai-murgh & makkhanwalla naans for all three meals till the end of your days to affirm some more. Chuck in a coupla "Horn OK Pliss" & "Mera Bharat Mahaan" stickers on your ride & methinks we'll be square.

Don't be so quick to bash my country the next time, AnyGoofySon - it's not nice. And it may goad Maggie to chase you down in his borrowed 4WD, Terminator-da-Puttar ishtyle.

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hey guys thanx alot for the support,and yeah we had our girlfriends in the car with us..and the pics i will be putting up soon,just been running around for insurance work right now,but will in a day or two guys and these were local kids..I have the blue beemer at the same garage too will click pics of both the cars.sorry for the delay guys
Past 1AM, with ur girlfriends in the LC, and a road like the Sh. Zayed road to cruise, or rather tailgate. What could be more perfect for disaster?
If nothing else, i would think the imposing nature of the LC should have served as a deterrent.

Between nitroxx, all you needed to do was get the BMW's registration number, and file a complaint with the cops. They usually take strict action against eve-teasing and stuff there.

Steer : Nice way of scaring away the morons... police stations make for a good getaway.
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Yeah. And you should eat malai-murgh & makkhanwalla naans for all three meals till the end of your days to affirm some more. Chuck in a coupla "Horn OK Pliss" & "Mera Bharat Mahaan" stickers on your ride & methinks we'll be square.

Don't be so quick to bash my country the next time, AnyGoofySon - it's not nice. And it may goad Maggie to chase you down in his borrowed 4WD, Terminator-da-Puttar ishtyle.

Steeroid: A 'lil bit of confusion never hurt anybody.
I'm not going to argue any further. You're cuckoo.
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ben..dude I have the car details..the cops did come around..please read the first post carefully.I said the cops let the guys go coz they were locals.And the rule here in this country is you cant move from an accident spot till the cops arrive.So they were there but were partial.And they give you a report for the insurance company to fix your car up which mentions it was their fault.but he didnt hold the guy up for being underage,instead there was a guy in the car with a valid drivers permit and his name was put onto the police report..oh n another thing LC's are as common as rickshaws in India(its a figure of speech ,dont take it literally) so not many people care about the size plus i stay on Sheikh Zayed near the second interchange.thats the reason I was headed in that direction.

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