Still can't quite believe that about a dozen lads can cause complete mayhem in a city for the best part of three days.
But there you have it Mumbai is living proof of shock value.
And England's cricketers are unsure as to whether to continue their tour of India. With a load of chaps targeting westerners, it would seem a tad dodgy.
But to rehash what a few politicians like to say from behind their bullet-proofed lifestyles: "We mustn't let them affect our way of life."
Since cricket isn't really my way of life I don't think I'm in any position to be too critical either way.
But if a few chaps can carve up a major industrial city for a few days, then hacking up blokes in white on a playing field will seem like a turkey shoot.
No news yet as to whether the football team won or lost. My left calf is feeling better. But then I haven't been doing anything remotely athletic on it.
I emerged from about 30 minutes of yoga this evening to try and get the boy to wear some slippers. It wasn't a success. He continues to rampage around the flat in bare feet making a terrible noise that probably infuriates the upstairs neighbour - Darth as I dubbed him in one of my journeys into the dark side of my humour.
The idea of putting the boy into slippers is essentially to stop Darth Neighbour from banging on his floor to show his displeasure at the levels of noise emanating from our flat.
And he might have a point when I was trying to be at one with my inner energies, the middle beast and the boy were making a noise and a half in the bath.
Talk about pouring cold water over my moment.
Anyway at the dinner table, the eldest said: "You're not very calm when you've finished doing your yoga, daddy."
I said: "On the contrary I'm calm otherwise I would have beaten the boy's bottom blue and sent you to your room without finishing your supper for eating with your elbows on the table."
She was more circumspect for the rest of the evening.