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Social Experiment: A Stranger In A Desperate Situation

  • 10 Jun 2018
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You are heading somewhere urgently and you see a stranger who begs for help. He was in an urgent need to use your mobile phone to call for help.

It's not every day you come across such strangers who ask for your help. He can be asking your favour genuinely or he can be a tricky robber impersonating a desperate stranger. What would you do in such situation?

To see how people will react in such situation, we decided to send our crew to pretend to be a stranger who needs to borrow mobile phones to make an urgent call. Would anyone take the risk and help him?

And here's what happened:



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