Wound you open your door to a perfect stranger, at 4:30 am in the morning who sounded as if they needed help?

A dear friend called to tell me about an incident that happened at his home at about 4:30 am. He was not home but one of his adult sons, heard a knock at the front door and went to see who it was. he saw a young women yellling saying that someone was following her and she needed to use the phone to call her so-called brother to pick her up...He opened the door and let her in.

He let her use his cell phone and then I can' t remember if he said his sone let her sit there in his front room or if he asked her to wait outside for her so called brother to stop by to pick her up. Apprently, someone did come by and she said, "oh that's my brother" she got in the car and they left.

Personally, I feel this young woman was trying to see who was home and what was in the house and the person she called was her robber boyfriend. ...I think they will be back to do a robbery. I trust nobody. I would have just dialed 911 and left it at that. You have to be a complete IDIOT to let a perfect stranger, and a woman at that, in your home at that hour or anytime day or night for that matter . She could have had a gun or someone come have forced their way in and shot and killed both he and his brother. I was so appalled that I just listened and told him to just be extremely careful because nine times out of ten, she will be back and next time, she won't be alone.
By Okun 9 years ago :: Friends
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