In Half a second, a thief steals a mobile phone from a moving train, video goes viral

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A video of a unique incident of theft inside a train in India went viral on social media.

According to Indian media reports, a shocking video of a phone being snatched in Begusarai area of Bihar is going viral on social media.

A video of a unique incident of theft inside a train in India went viral on social media.

According to Indian media reports, a shocking video of a phone being snatched in Begusarai area of Bihar is going viral on social media.

A user has shared a slow-motion version of the video because the snatching happens in half a second and you don’t even see the robber.

The video shows two men sitting at the open gate of an intercity express train from Katihar to Patna. A man named Sameer Kumar can be seen recording a video of the river Ganga from his phone while he is sitting by the train and is busy recording the scene.

Meanwhile, the robber quickly snatches the mobile phone from Samir’s hand. For a few seconds, Samir did not even realize what had just happened because it all happened so fast. He then stands up and tells his friend who was also making the video and capturing the incident on camera that someone has stolen his phone.

According to Indian media, this is not a trivial incident on the Rajendra Seto bridge. Dozens of such incidents have occurred daily at the same time.

The robbers hanging from the railing of the bridge snatched the phones from the passengers in the blink of an eye and could not do anything with the moving train. The police statement on the incident has not come to light yet.