Saturday, December 05, 2009

NEVER LEAVE UR LOVED 1 IN CAR PARK (MUST READ)

Dear Friends,

I would like to share a life saving incident that all our
loved ones needs to be aware.

Last Saturday, 11th April 2009, my girlfriend and
I were in Mid Valley “The Gardens” for a movie. We finished around
8.40pm. I had parked my car just right above the ‘GSC Signature
Cinema’ on the 5th floor.. As we were getting into our car, we realized that
the parking fee had not been paid. We decided to stop by the Auto pay
station on the lower parking level to do the payment.

We drove 2 floors down and couldn’t locate the
Auto Pay Station. We decided to park our car at 2nd floor wondering if there
should be a pay station in the mall at the lobby area. My girlfriend
decided to wait in the car as she was on the phone. was walking into the
mall looking for an Auto Pay Station, failing to find one, I decided to
walk 1 floor down. About minutes time, my girlfriend called me on my mobile
phone and she sounded terrified . She was shouting for help. She told
me that there is a guy who is trying to get into the car. The guy was
trying to get into the car very calmly, pretending getting into his own car.
He failed to open and refuses to continue trying as he noticed that
she was on the phone calling for help. Luckily, she had locked the door
just right after I got out earlier. I run up as quickly as possible to
reach her.
The moment I reached to the parking area, I saw the guy
walking away slowly from the car. He was walking towards the ramp
heading to the upper level. As I ran up the ramp, though I could still see him
I realized that I was running away from my car again. It could be
teamwork just to divert my presence from my car. I got back to my girlfriend
quickly to calm her down.

We made an official report to the Mid Valley security
management to investigate on the CCTV. It was a lesson learned for us
to be more careful in the parking zones. I’m happy that my
girlfriend is still here with me today. Please be watchful in parking zones.

Tips that we should be aware:

Never leave valuable items or your family members alone
in the car at parking location.



Thank you.

Kind regards,
Remmy Anderson
SRE FM Service Manager

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