A friend of mine has had a lot of experience in this field.
The last time I had to use this technique was during a trip to Thailand.
I was on a train to the south coast of Thailand.
The trains are huge.
I got to be on one at the time and it was pretty dark, so I took a photo with my phone.
The train was stopped by a security guard and he asked me to give my phone to him, so that he could have the ticket.
But then he asked for my ID and my passport and all of that.
The next thing he asked was, “Is your phone stolen?”
I said, “No, sir, it’s my camera.
The police are watching it, but I’m not really worried.”
He looked at me like I was crazy.
I said “Well, you know, it happened yesterday.”
I didn’t have a camera with me at the moment.
He said, oh, well, maybe it’s the light.
I took the photo.
I went back to my seat and I said to myself, “I hope I didn.
It was really dark.”
When I saw the photo of the train driver who had the ticket I was looking at my phone I was like, “What the hell is that?”
So I took another photo of him with his phone.
I just walked away.
I did the same thing yesterday.
I hope I don’t have to do it again.
If you have a friend who has experienced this, please share your experiences in the comments below.