Greed for Rs 10 note, security guard loses Rs 1.4 lakh


Team Udayavani, Jun 24, 2018, 3:18 PM IST

Bengaluru: A man’s greed for Rs 10 resulted in him losing the Rs 1.4 lakh that he had withdrawn from the bank.

On Saturday, the victim, David Thomas who works as a security guard was going home after withdrawing Rs 1.4 lakh from a bank. Few bike borne miscreants, who had been tailing him intentionally dropped Rs. 10 note before him and snatched the bag of money as David bent to pick the note. The incident occurred in Victoria Layout Vivek Nagar police limit. 

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