In 10th grade, I went to an MUN somewhere far away in the outskirts of Lahore. Itna faaltu mera chair pehli dafa closing ceremony pe nazar aaya tha. During the closing, my friend decided to engage in intimate sexual relations on the 3rd floor female bathroom, unaware that he was being followed by a security guard. Guard tameezdar tha, female bathroom tha tou he waited outside like a true gentleman. Friend came to check the coast, where he was greeted by the guard. He asked him the purpose of his visit, to which my friend decided he’d play the Islam card. He claimed he was there to do wudhu. The guard did not buy it. He went to check the stall at the expense of his own chivalry and both were caught. He sent the girl to the ceremony, where i was straight up just chilling taking last day pics. Saying my goodbyes man was feeling emotional. She came to me in distress, asking me to go save her boyfriend, who had been confiscated by the security team, which only consisted of security guards. I embarked on this mission admittedly nervous and confused. Door se nazar aaya aik circle hai jiske bheech mein mera dost. Everyone had guns, some in hands some holstered. I entered this tribunal in a suit as if I was his lawyer. First thing I hear “Mustafa bata inhe mein wuzu kr ra ha”. I was halfway done processing the situation when the head told me that they have made my friend an offer. Mein hairaan tha wesay 8 log, sabkay pass AK47 ya pistol minimum aur mera dost baat aesay kar raa tha jesay usne un sab ko orgy krtay way pakra hai. The dialogue was literally, "Maan jaa beghairat", to which my friend replied, "Oye, tameez se baat kar". 2014 egos were wilding My friend did not concede. Even if he was on gunpoint he did not care. At that point, it was us against the establishment. The offer they put forth my client was that he admit to his fault(s) and apologize, after which he shall be absolved of all allegations and set free, or else. Emphasis on "or else". In retrospect I legally see some problems with this offer but us waqt it seemed golden. My client refused, after which I spent 15 minutes trying to convince him (and myself) of the legitimacy.