• Death Traps The Ugly Indian
  • Death Traps The Ugly Indian
This is a common sight. A broken or displaced footpath slab exposing a chasm below.
You would expect that all it takes is for someone to put it back. It isnít that hard. But somehow that never happens. Itís far easier to skip over the gap, to sweep muck into it, and to let things be.
Many people lose their lives or break their limbs, due to this. Itís fairly common to hear of people falling into holes on the road when rainwater, or poor street lighting, hides these death-traps.
But this particular death-trap is on a main street. Where thousands of people walk everyday. Why doesnít someone put it back in place?
Doesn't anyone feel guilty if an unsuspecting person falls inside? Apparently, this doesnít trouble anyone around Ė and if someone falls in, well Ė itís their fault.
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