In a bizarre incident, a resident from Bhopal recently moved to a police station there to file a complaint against a tailor who he claims stiched his underwear short.
In his complaint, Krishna Kumar Dubey, 46, said that he had given 2-metre of cloth to be stitched, but when he received the underwear, it was short in length.
The police, however, suggested the man to move to the court to get the issue resolved.
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Krishna Dubey used to work as a watchman, earning Rs 9,000, before the lockdown was implemented. After he lost his job, he borrowed 1,000 rupees from a friend and bought different things, infusing a two metre-long cloth to get two underpants stitched.
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He paid Rs 190 to the tailor for the job. However, according to him, when he wore the underpants, he found them too short.
“The tailor charged me Rs 70 and didn’t even include the cost of nara (the thread used as elastic to hold the underwear). Later, he gave me a short underwear,” he said speaking to media.
The man then complained about the same to the tailor who said that the cloth was inadequate. He then went to the shop owner who told him that he had given him the exact 2-metre long cloth.
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Frustrated, he went to the police who suggested him to approach the court. As the matter fueled, the tailor finally told Dubey that he was ready to return his money.