I typed my blog and headed out the door of the library. I saw a sign for yoga class, so I decided to go downstairs and practice yoga. I went into the class, there were about 10 people all sitting in chairs. One man just a seat ahead of me was in a wheel chair. The man in the wheel chair turned around and took a good look at me. I went on with my yoga exercises and the man in the wheel chair suddenly bolted out the door. Did it have something to do with me taking the class that made him bolt? But I thought it was a little strange for someone to go bolting out the door the way he did.
The class lasted about 20 minutes. The woman running the projector turned on the lights. At the same time that the class ended, a woman came in looking for the handbag she’d left on the table next to the man in the wheelchair.
The handbag was nowhere in sight. Right away, everybody turned toward me. I must have stolen it, of course, even though the handbag was not on the table when I came in. The woman got a little hysterical. She’d just moved to Las Vegas and all her I.D. was in the bag. Someone told her to go to Security. She left and so did I. I was on my way out the door when I noticed two librarians, a security guard and the girl all talking. When I saw the girl, I stopped to find out if she’d found her bag. She was smiling, She’d found her bag and everything was in it. One of the librarians told me that she did not need me there. She told me to leave. I responded, “But I was down there with her.” She replied, “We all know you have a history with the library. We don’t need you here. Leave.”
I don’t know where they found the bag. I’m sure it was a set-up by the perp wheel chair man to make it look like I took the bag. This is the sort of thing they do to us. I’m sure that everyone thinks I stole the girl’s handbag. I see the man in the wheel chair all the time when I’m walking around. And just because he’s in a wheelchair everybody assumes that he wouldn’t do something like what he did, so, of course, it falls on me that I stole it.
So, I’m giving you a warning, be careful around anyone in a wheel chair or handicapped. Just because they’re handicapped doesn’t mean they won’t screw you. This is not the first time that someone in a wheel chair tried doing this to me. So a warning, don’t trust them! They’re just like any other perp you’ll run into.
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