Be careful when you ask the way
by Hiroshi Fukushima
(Koshi, Kumamoto, Japan )
This morning I read an interesting story in the newspaper. It appeared in the column of the readers’ voices. It was contributed by a woman at the age of 70s’.
She took a walk in the early morning. When she went back home, she asked a passer-by her way back home to make sure. He took out his smartphone, and called someone.
Then a patrol car came and a police officer asked her name, address, age and so on. He told her to get in the car and took her home. She asked him to stop before her home. He said he had to hand in her to her husband.
When I read this story, I thought I have to be careful when I ask my way.