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A Strange Meeting On a bone chilling Friday morning in December, 2000 a tall hooded man got out of a Toyota Supra

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A Strange Meeting On a bone chilling Friday morning in December, 2000 a tall hooded man got out of a Toyota Supra in the suburbs of London. I was hiding behind a large garbage bin. I came to know that a fight was going to happen between the two most famous gangs in London, The Eagles and The Scorpions. As it was foggy I could not figure out who the man was who got out of a Toyota Supra. But he seemed to be a six foot tall man, wearing a knuckle puncher on his right hand a dazzling Rolex on his left. He was in his mid twenties. He was wearing sleeveless black top and blue Versace jeans. He seemed to be waiting for some one. As the weather got clear, I recognised him as Roger, the leader of The Eagles gang. This was the first time I saw him so closely. His car was parked just 50 feet away I saw that he had black skin and had freckled arms. ...read more.

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I used to live alone. I had no blood relation in this world except for my four friends. I didn't know what to do, I could not call the police because he was wanted and there was a price of �1000 pounds on him so I immediately called my friends. I first called Alan. I told Alan to inform Jordan, David and Joseph. Alan was studying medicine hence I called him first. When he arrived, he was surprised to see Roger lying on a bed. He immediately got to work and after two and a half hours, got the bullet out. The next day, he was fine, he was awestruck. He was wondering how a 19 year old saved a notorious thug. It sounded weird when such a great person (he was my inspirational hero. I always dreamt to meet him in person.) Was thanking a 19 year old. It was a pleasant scorching afternoon. Suddenly there was a knock at the door. All five of us were petrified for a second or two. ...read more.

Conclusion

As soon as he heard this, he had a blank expression my heart was smiling but not when I got a dizzy slap. He seemed to be angry. "You want to be like me?" he shouted. Do you know how it feels to be a gangster? For you youngsters it is an adventure but for me I roar around with my life in my hand. When you look at me, this Rolex, this Versace and you think ooh what a rich man but only I know how poor I am from inside. I have spoilt my life in this game and won't put your people's life at stack". There was silence for about three seconds. Then Roger hastily caught my hand, slammed the tickets to Manchester in my hand and a �10000 pound cheque and said to my face "There's your tickets and money to buy a house". Then he gave us all a stern look and said to our face "GOOD BYE". I was shocked and confused. I never expected such a spoilt person to guide us on the right path. Now I am 59 years old and Roger's words are still in my mind. By Mohammed Hasnain 10N ...read more.

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