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Man thrown off from running train by co-passengers after he refuses to shut up

07, Nov 2013 By indianpsycho

Nagpur. In a shocking incident a 32 year old man Batole Baaz traveling in Delhi bound Garib Rath from Mumbai was allegedly thrown off the running train by co-passengers after they got extremely fed up because of him constantly talking about something or the other.

Even the train seemed to be 'fuming' with rage.
Even the train seemed to be ‘fuming’ with rage.

Within seconds of departure, Batole opened his mouth and started uttering things that fancied nobody’s interest, making it amply clear what was in store for his everybody on board. The co-passengers initially smiled at what he said out of courtesy. But the man mistook this decency and thought he was being entertaining and hence went on and on.

He began by doling out unsolicited advice to people about where and how they should keep their luggage. Then he began telling stories about what he does, how he knows everything about anything under the sun and how he always manages to get a ticket even during peak period. After he was done doing that, he switched to telling old and stale jokes as if his own creation and then tried to show his political expertise about how everything in India is doomed for disaster if a change is not brought.

After his repeated attempts to engage others in one sided conversation with him failed, he began talking to empty chairs and windows of the train. He even forcibly lifted 2 year old kid to explain what he thinks of the political situation in the country.

“Though he was supporting Modi and singing his praises, still nobody was interested,” a co-passenger explained how boring the talks must have been.

Later he even went to other coaches to bore talk to people there.

“We thought he is just too excited and would calm down and stop after sometime. But we were mistaken. When he showed no signs of shutting his mouth even after 6 hours into the journey, we tried many things to convey our disinterest but to no avail. We thought we could ignore him but even our attempts to do so were thwarted by him after he began following us to even in toilets and other places. We even pretended to be asleep but he would talk to even our dead face,” a co-passenger explained how it all became unbearable for them and they were left with no other option but to throw Batole out of the train.

It was when one of the passengers failed to take it anymore and fainted out of boredom, with few other showing signs of nervous breakdown that it was decided to take this step. The doctor on board also supported the decision even as he failed to bring the fainted guy back to consciousness.

As per on-listeners, even as he was being lifted and taken near the gate, he was still going on and on about random things. The TT too is reported to have joined them in making the mission successful.

Experts have however slammed Batole’s co-passenger for such behavior. They feel such people suffer from low self-esteem and normally look forward to such journeys where they can flaunt their alleged knowledge and hence should be tackled with care and medically treated instead of being ostracized in this manner.

Meanwhile Faking News managed to trace Batole after an extensive search. He was lying near a railway track on outskirts of Ratlam with a buffalo in what appeared to be an attempt to converse with the animal.