#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Lover cyberbullied, Tamil Nadu man steals 500 medicos’ laptops | Rajkot News


RAJKOT: Cyberbullying of his girlfriend by some medical students in Chennai five years ago left this Tamil Nadu man so bitter that he decided to extract revenge from all those studying medicine across India. He did not resort to similar crime, but started targeting their most indispensible gadgets — laptops.
On Wednesday, Jamnagar police were also amused when they arrested the 24-year-old laptop thief Tamilselvan Kannan as he confessed to having stolen at least 500 laptops from several medical college hostels across the country, mostly south India, since 2015.
Jamnagar police was on his trail after six laptops were stolen from a room in the girls hostel of MP Shah Medical College on December 26 last year.
“In 2015, some medical students in Chennai had clandestinely recorded an objectionable video of his girlfriend and made it viral. This filled him with bitter grudge against the medical students,” said KL Gadhe, inspector, B-division police station, Jamnagar.
Tamilselvan used to search for names and addresses of medical colleges on the internet to target.
“He stole laptops as, unlike mobile phones, they can’t be traced. Moreover, it was easy to sell them off,” Gadhe told TOI.
He started targeting colleges in south India and thereafter shifted to Bhankri village near Faridabad where he began sneaking into medical college hostels in north India.
Jamnagar’s was his first theft in Gujarat. He reached the city in December and stayed in a hotel near Anupam Cinema and conducted a recce of the girls hostel. Somehow, he managed to find the key of one room and stole the laptops on December 26.



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