Bihg Karpet was not planning on being a hero on March 29.
It was an abnormally hot day in Bangladesh, India when Bihg was returning home from work on his bike.
“The bike belong to my great-great-grandfather,” he says in a thick Indian accent, “I love it, but I must go slow to avoid snapping the wheel spokes, as that happened to my great-grandfather and he fell into a busy intersection and got killed by a tiger.”
It didn’t take long for Bihg to notice a long line of geese marching across the road. A couple streets ahead was the trolley, it barrelled towards the little birds at an alarming speed. Bihg immediately took action.
He biked up to the trolley and yelled for them to stop, but nobody would listen.
Desperate, Bihg tried to stop the trolley by force. He threw his bike under the trolley, causing it to tip over and skid down the street into an office building.
When the dust cleared, the geese were still there as if nothing had happened.
Police arrived at the scene and found that the office building that the trolley had crashed into was a secret drug operation they had been hunting for months.
They found a room filled with marijuana, so they gathered it all in the center of town and lit it on fire.
Lietenant Shaen stood on a podium in front of the bonfire to make a speech.
But the Lietenant collapsed from inhaling the fumes from the bonfire and soon the entire town was high and having a massive orgy.
The only citizen who did not participate was Bihg, who commented on his experience, “Nobody here likes me because I killed all of those people in the trolley and blamed it on the geese. Even when they were high as fuck they still gave me the evil eye.”
Bihg was sentenced to death a few hours later by a stoned judge.