Man approaches cops in opposition to tailor for ‘too quick’ underpants

Bhopal, July 18

A 46-year-old man has approached the Bhopal police with a grievance {that a} tailor has stitched his underpants “too short”.

The police, nevertheless, requested the man- Krishna Kumar Dubey- to maneuver the court docket to get the difficulty resolved.

Dubey, who was earlier employed as a safety guard and used to earn Rs 9,000 per 30 days, misplaced his job as a result of coronavirus-induced lockdown two months in the past.

“I am from Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh and I came to Bhopal for a job in October. Recently, I borrowed Rs 1,000 from a friend and bought different things, including a two metre-long cloth to get two underpants stitched,” Dubey, who lives in Bhim Nagar right here, mentioned.

He paid Rs 190 to the tailor for the job.

However, in accordance with him, when he wore the underpants, he discovered them too quick.

“I complained to the tailor, who told me that the cloth was inadequate. I went back to the shop owner, who told me that he had given two metres of cloth,” he added.

The man then approached the police a few days again, who requested him to take up the matter to court docket.

“We asked him to approach the court,” Habibganj police station inspector Rakesh Shrivastava on Saturday mentioned.

However, the tailor lastly informed Dubey that he was able to return his cash. PTI

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