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What would you do if you were walking home alone at night?

Lets say you were working home from work from a late night shift and you see a group of guys stand in the alleyway to the back of your house what would you do? Go into your house or another possible choice?

Asked By: Tom G - 1/26/2009
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First: A smart lady doesn't walk home alone at night. Get a trusted ride or escort, use a cab... or get a shift change or new job... More
Answered By: creartisan - 1/26/2009
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Well, i was chased by a group of guys late at night and i Hopped a fence and pounded on someones back door, then called my mom and then the cops :)
Answered By: Twilightjunkie - 1/26/2009
 
Well ya I would go to my house, but if I didn't think that the guys were harmful then I wouldn't care. it depends on the situations.
Answered By: P.Y.H. - 1/26/2009
 
i would say something to them, like "hi" or "good evening" and go inside. people who are looking to do bad things are about 100x less likely to do them if a person acknowledges them and looks at them long enough to be able to identify their face to the police.
Answered By: cestone - 1/26/2009
 
that would depend on how close i was to my front door if i'm able to get into my house quickly that would be my best option .Then call the police if I felt that much in danger
Answered By: destiny c - 1/26/2009
 
Find a can of spray skunk funk and spray the alley before they meet up
Answered By: Cisco Kidd - 1/26/2009
 
put youre hands in youre pocket and make belive you have some sort of weapon...it allways works for me..
Answered By: alex diaz - 1/26/2009
 
it depends on your neiborhood .if its high crime .id go in and call the cops to check it out.if its low crime id ask them whats up?they may need some assitance.if your concerned call the cops its their jobs to protect and serve.you can probally ask them not to come to your house cause you dont want them to know who... More
Answered By: maxiis - 1/26/2009
 
Id run and yell "FBI coming through!!, we have reports of a serial killer on the loose!!" then bust open my door put on the lock and keep the phone nearby
Answered By: Morris - 1/26/2009
 
walk the other way... and go to gas station, wait until they leave.
Answered By: MFD - 1/26/2009
 
they'd have to look really bad for me to turn and go another way
Answered By: Dylan - 1/26/2009
 
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