On today's radio show, Jeffy told the story of how he his wallet was stolen while on a train. While Jeffy was able to catch the thief, other passengers on the train were reluctant to verify his story.
While on New Jersey Transit, a thief managed to take Jeffy's wallet from his pocket. “I threw my laptop down, charged them down, chased them down, smashed them into the car seats and got my wallet back,” he explained.
“ I did have some support and I did have ‑‑ the people who supported me were mad at some of the other people for not supporting me.” Jeffy explained that while some people were willing to support his story, other people wanted to just keep their head down and not comment.
“[The police officer] asked me if everything was okay, if I wanted to press charges, but he wanted to get information from anyone else on the train. One guy stood up, said, yeah, I saw it. I saw the whole thing. And he said, he ran by, took his wallet, ran down there, he stopped him. Anybody else? And the guy who stood up looked at the lady across the aisle from them and went, oh, what? You don't want to get involved? What? You saw it. And she just kind of shrugged her head, yeah, yeah, I saw it. But she finally came around,” Jeffy explained.
Glenn tied it to his recent calls for people to wake up and stand up. Glenn said, “We've got to stop saying, you know, somebody should do something about this. We've got to say, you know what, somebody should say something. You, you are supposed to say something. If you don't say something now, it's only going to get harder and harder and harder.”
“But what happened to the perp in this case? Were they arrested or are they on another train robbing someone right now because of your laziness?” Stu asked.
“It's quite possible they're on another train but that's –“ Jeffy tried to say.
“ Wait. What happened?” Glenn asked.
“No, I didn't press charges,” Jeffy said.
“ Oh, my gosh, hang his picture up in the post office. The real criminal in this story is Jeff Fisher. Jeez!” Glenn said.