At a petrol pump, a man came over and offered his services as a painter to a lady filling petrol in her car and left his visiting card. She said nothing but accepted his card out of sheer kindness and got into the car. The man then got into a car driven by another person.
As the lady left the service station, she saw the men following her out of the station at the same time. Almost immediately, she started to feel dizzy and could not catch her breath. She tried to open the window and realised that the odour was on her hand; the same hand with which she had received the card from the person at the service station.
She then noticed the men were immediately behind her and she felt she needed to do something at that moment. She drove into the first driveway and began to honk her horn repeatedly to ask for help.
The men drove away but the lady still felt pretty bad for several minutes after she could finally catch her breath.
Apparently, there was a substance on the card that could have seriously injured her.
This drug is called 'BURUNDANGA'. (Not known to people so far but
sufficient information is available on the net) and it is used by people who
wish to incapacitate a victim in order to steal from or take advantage of
them. This drug is four times more dangerous than the date rape drug and is transferable on a simple card or paper..
So please take care and make sure you don't accept cards when you are alone or from someone on the streets. This applies also to those making house calls who hand you a card offering their services.
Yes .. Such Incidents Can Happen to Anyone .. more
In the case of the petrol pump attendants, they could either be thinking why should they bother or they could be thinking what right they have to tell anyone else to go away from there. more
But it's time we became more vigilant since our inherent trusting natures are being taken advantage of be unscrupulous people. more