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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Freaky Followers - Stripper Safety Tip

There is nothing scarier than being followed home from work. One time I was followed home by a taxi driver. I'd spoken to him in the strip club earlier on that night. I recognised his thick black glasses and uniform when he pulled up behind me at the traffic lights. On closer inspection I recognised his face. When I became suspicious that he was following me, I made a series of sharp turns to confirm my suspicions. When he mimicked every turn I made, I started to panic. Luckily I'd just sunk some money into a brand new red sports car and gunned it into the distance. I was lucky I had my wits about me that night. I might not have even noticed I was being tailed or could easily have had a car accident.

The biggest mistake is to convince yourself that it won't happen to you. How do you keep this from happening? Find out where the two closest police stations are from your work and your house. Study the street directory in detail and get to know the main roads that lead to both of them. If you suspect you are being followed simply drive to the nearest police station instead of your home. You can also keep emergency numbers on speed dial in your mobile phone and have it on hand as soon as you leave the club.

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