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Missing billionaire Mukesh Bambani finally rescued from remote corner of his own mansion

Billionaire Mukesh Bambani, who was reported missing recently, has been rescued by a search team from a 42’ x 42’ bathroom on the 6th floor of his own mansion. “Though he owns this place, it is essential to investigate how on earth Mr. Bambani reached that bathroom. Knowing this will help prevent this in future.” said Mumbai SP.

CBI team shows up

The 27-floor mansion houses as many as 4 people, and thus security is a key issue. Further inquiries confirmed that the bathroom is the smallest of all bathrooms in the mansion, a possible reason why Mr. Bambani was so difficult to locate. It took three search agencies including the one sent by the CBI, to eventually find the location of Mr. Bambani.


The Bambani’s dream home.

The team rescued a jolly Mr.Bambani. On being asked the reason for his joy, he stated that he was happy because the incident had led to the discovery of yet another hitherto unknown bathroom in the town mansion!

Mrs. Bambani unmoved by the incident

Mrs. Bambani however seemed least bothered about the whole issue as she hurriedly remarked while coming out from an IPL match, “He must have been playing hide and seek in that small place with junior Bambani and ultimately lost his way. Media people are unnecessarily hyping it for it has happened in the mansion.”

New measures to keep such incidents in check in the future

We have learnt that in the past, many of the servants inside the building have gone missing or have lost their way. Some claim they have even been to the ‘Chamber of Secrets’ inside the mansion. Following the incident, Mr. Bambani seems worried and has reportedly asked all the family members as well as the servants to carry GPS enabled devices with them while moving across the mansion. He has also contacted a company to set-up direction boards and help-centres connecting various remote places within the mansion. This has come as a major relief to the 1000+ servant community which works inside the mansion.

(Concept: Mayank Goyal)


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