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Marry At 20 ?

Pre - Valentine's Day post !

What do (some/most) girls want:

  • A well settled young guy.
  • Settled & Sorted in life.
  • Job experience.
  • Professional in chosen field.
  • Good money-paying job.
  • 50% - 100% good looks.
  • 40% - 80% height.


*Disclaimer - Preferences may vary from person to person. Some of these may/may not be my personal views. It's a perceived generalized opinion.

Now what if a guy with the top 5 qualities came to you ? Would you say :
1. YES
2. NO

If you chose option 1, scroll down to read more.
If you chose option 2, still scroll down to read more. *hehe*

Now here's the guy.



Name : Toufiq Teji Shah alias

Age : 20 years

Occupation : Chain Snatcher

Post : Top most

Lineage : Son of Tejib Ali Shah (local headman of the Irani Community)

Popularity : 25 cases against him.
                      Booked twice under Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime (MCOC) in 2012                           & 2016.

Did the Yes just turn into a No ? Or the No into a Yes ? Or you're still of the same opinion ?

This 20 year old top chain snatcher recently got married to his 15 year old cousin Sohra Irani in a big fat wedding that upped his popularity quotient.


  • The wedding was attended by over 1000 people.
  • The guest list included India's top chain snatchers, seasoned thieves and master muggers from Delhi, Bhopal, Aurangabad , Karnataka and Mumbai.
  • 20 policemen were present to keep a "close watch" on the wedding. (Totally unnecessary according to me. Ab ek chor doosre chor se thodi chori karega na ? Itne bhi "bure din" nhi aaye !!).
Quite a fancy affair wasn't it ?

Here's a picture to help you know better :



Did I just give you something to think about ? *hehe*







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