Haha this pic in post above is funny because person can still steal the slippers.However on the other hand my shoes and chappals have been stolen 1 or 2 times, but I have never seen slippers being stolen!
You don't need to tear it. The design of the chappals are such that there are 3 points plugged in. You will need to remove the left point on one and the right on the other, remove the lock, and push the thing back in. You will have a ready to use pair of chappals.
I hardly go to temples, or places where there is this possibility. If i do go, i am generally with my family, and someone particularly stands where the footwear of everyone is kept!
yup! we do this too and am the only one who usually become chappal watchman for that short time
This reminds me of a story my dad told me when I was a small boy.This guy went to church riding his bicycle, parked his bicycle and went in to pray. When he came out he forgot he had come on his bicycle and walked home. When he reached home, his family asked him where was the bicycle and he remembered he had riden it to church.So he hurriedly returned to find it still there.He went in to the church to thank God for keeping his bicycle safe. When he came out again, his bicycle had been stolen.You can substitute church with temple or mosque if you wish but it was church in the story my dad told me.