One day a woman came in a car. The woman was carrying meat. The car stayed overnight. One of the passengers was present, while the woman was sleeping, opened it, and ate half of the meat.
Early in the morning a woman saw her stuff were open. She screamed when a woman said, “These people, they are thieves who stole my property.” All the people in the car were told to line up. To find out the person who ate the meat. “Everyone’s hand should smell,” she said.
The man who ate the meat knew himself and he stands at the end of the line. When she reached him, he sniffed his hand and said, “Oh, who ate with my hand!”
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Ahmed Ali Rashid is a writer from Somalia living in Medan, Indonesia for the last seven years. He is a creative writer. His writing is based on life experiences on culture and society.