Youth thrashed for lewd messages to Girls at Kabaka

Youth thrashed for lewd messages to Girls at Kabaka
Puttur: The activists of various organizations entered a mobile shop and assaulted a person for lewd messages to customers, at Kabaka here on September 23.
The youth has been identified as Sadiq from Kabaka.
According to sources, Sadiq runs a mobile shop having facilities for recharging pre-paid mobiles. When a customer comes to his shop for recharge, he collects their numbers.  Sadiq got into the habit of saving the phone numbers of girls and was sending lewd messages, he also used to call and trouble, some of them. Somehow the organizations came to know about the matter and on September 23, a group, barged into Sadiq’s shop and assaulted him.
As soon as the news spread, more youth gathered at the spot. The police getting information reached the spot. Police later had to cane-charge the crowd to control the situation.


  1. ‘Youth’ trashed for sending lewd messages…
    Yes – just a ‘youth’. No other description is needed. On the other hand, if the ‘youth’ belonged to sanaathana dharma and one of his distant uncles had friends in RSS, the incident would have turned into another case of ‘sangha parivaara’ and moral policing!! Only in India!!! smiles….

    • …if the ‘youth’ belonged to Saaanaaathaaaanaaa dharma.

      And, IF, EVEN my Somali ‘Bheeza’ wasn’t to be rejected, I wouldn’t be working in Pilikula with monkeys and horses and Lions. 😉 (Makes me wonder, what happened to my position as CEO in our KS Bhatta’s Beedi Co.)

      For a chap who has confessed to be an atheist – repeatedly, this chap simply loves to equate EVERYTHING with his SD.

  2. “For a chap who has confessed to be an atheist…” writes Joker Praveena Pinto.

    Great question. It’s important to address his confusion even though I typically find his gibberish very hard to follow. Let’s unpack this – Yes, I am a non-religious, science-loving person who doesn’t go to places of worship. This is where Joker Pinto’s question is very important – It sums up the amount of distortion and confusion created by regressive left and fake-secular groups in India. They have managed to create this false notion that atheists, secular and rational folks should totally refrain from commenting on any religious subjects/groups as all religions are equally bad/good (another lie they have managed to spread over the years). This is where new-atheist movement seems to be doing a great job countering this narrative at global level. For those curious minds, I recommend reading Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris.

    Coming back to joker Pinto’s confusion – Yes, atheists CAN comment on religious things. This is because religions are a reality that we ALL have to live with. Religious groups continue to influence our society, values, policies, politics and legal system even today. Bad behavior in the name of religion or selective bias against religious groups (as stenographers do to Hindus in India and Christians in West) should be called out. Finally, not all religions are equally bad. Some religions are way more dangerous than other religions. Only a fake, dishonest person will peddle the propaganda of all-religions-are-equally-good.

    – Truth seeker (

    • “For those curious minds, I would recommend reading Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris” – Joker Rampe

      Lol.. Those guys were your neighbors in Yumreeka? Or, in Mysooru? They play poker with you while nibbling on biscuits and swigging on Rum? Ha, Rampa? ANd oh, what was demolished was the BABRI masjid – BY your chaddi balaga – the SOCIAL workers that they are. Lol

    • – truth seeker (

      Lol! I had to have an injection to ease my tummy cramps. Say, plz change your crappy add to And then, we could have a laugh together – ALL at your expense! Seal, mate?

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