3 trains pass over him, MP cops come to rescue, man says: Papa aa gaye

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A locomotive pilot had informed the police that there was a body lying on railway tracks when the police rushed to the spot.

A man's body in Ashok Nagar, Madhya Pradesh lay on train tracks and three trains passed over him. When the police, thinking the man would be dead already, went there, the man suddenly came to senses and said that his father has come.

Sounds very confusing and absurd right? But that's what happened.

A locomotive pilot had informed the police that there was a body lying on railway tracks. Till the time police had arrived, three trains had already passed over the body. The police thought the man must have been dead. Arriving on the spot, the police were taken aback when the the man rose up and told the police, "Papa aa gaye [Father has come]."


When the man was questioned, he was identified as Dharmendra. The police learnt that the man was drunk. He was sloshed so much that he had no idea when he lay on tracks. He did not even know that three trains had passed over him.

When the police told the man about trains passing over him, he was quick to snap out of his drunken stupor.

According to the police, the man had fallen asleep on tracks two kilometre further up the Ashok Nagar railway station.

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