Saturday, July 14, 2007

Lost bag found

My good friend Wafi's bag was stolen on Thursday.

It is the England National Football Team sack actually, and was bought from England.

So when such a valuable item was stolen, of course who wouldn't be mad right??

Wafi had to attend a Nasyid competition somewhere, so he left his bag in the classroom.

During the last period of the day, we were about to go to the Chemistry Lab. As it was the last period and that we're going to the lab, we have to lock our classroom. Wafi hasn't returned yet so one of our classmate, who happens to be his cousin, Najaah, left his bag in the gulingtangan room, which is just beside the M5A7 class.

But in the end, we didn't make it to the Chemistry Lab, so we have to return to our classroom. Najaah did not take Wafi's bag back to the classroom with him. So, another classmate of ours, Nazreen messaged Wafi and told him his bag was in the gulingtangan room.

Shortly, Wafi returned and went to the gulingtangan room just to find out his things were left scattered around the gulingtangan room. His England bag, along with his LV pencil case gone.

An angered Wafi then enter our classroom looking extremely unpleased. He was very very angry and mad at Najaah for not taking responsibility of his bag.

Everyone in our class reckon people from M5A7 were the culprits. So we went to look for the bag in M5A7 but with no luck. No one would admit. The bag was probably hidden somewhere. Luckily, his LV pencil case was found on the same day when people from M5SC2 found it around the corridor of the Pra-U block.

The incident was then reported to the principal immediately.

The principal will interview each and every student from M5A7 one by one some days later.

However today, when Wafi was on his way back to the classroom, he was told by people from M5A7 that his bag was found in the toilet, near the sink.

He found the same, exact bag, but looks dirtier than ever.

We reckon people from M5A7 were almost on their wits of being caught and thus put the bag in the toilet, claiming they FOUND the bag there. *suspicious*

The bag now seemed to have been stepped on or have been stomped, perhaps by the people who stole it and felt unsatisfied.

The suspicions are largely on students from M5A7.

Several pens and ruler of Wafi were gone too.

M5A7 will soon move out from the Pra-U Block to somewhere else.

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